I greatly enjoy how "The Call Out (You Are The Dishes)" starts. How the lead singer starts singing his message to the girl, that seemed very unique to me and I liked that.
My all time favorite on this album though is, "Bodybag". Its such a hateful, and angry song, but the upbeat and fun instrumentals hide that well. "You're gonna need a bodybag. I'll break bones you didn't know you had. When I'm done there will be nothing left of you for your friends to hold on to when they find you cold and blue tonight, face down in the parking lot." This is one of those go-to songs for when you're pissed off with someone.
I also am slightly attatched to the song, "One Hundred Times", because it was the first song by Hit The Lights I had ever heard. I'm not sure why I enjoy it, though. It is basically talking about a girl who cheats on their boyfriend. "So make me promises girl, the kind I know you can't keep. And while I'm losing my mind, I hope your home finding sleep. But we both know that that's not the case, because the look on your face, gives all your secrets away." Its awful, but so well
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