Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Paramore's Hayley Williams and Robert Pattinson talk about the soundtrack!

Artist on Artist: Robert Pattinson & Hayley Williams of Paramore

4 comments:

Debnog said...

You know, that Robert Pattinson song, Never Think is really growing on me. It means a lot more when you read the lyrics. No offense, Spunk Ransom, but your lyric-singing is about as clear as Bob Dylan.

The lyrics are really lovely, and meaningful in a way, to the whole Lion and the Lamb story. It's very poetic...
For those of you who haven't seen it, here are lyrics:

I should never think
What's in your heart
What's in our home
So I won't

You'll learn to hate me
But still call me baby
Oh love
So call me by my name
And save your soul
Save your soul
Before your to far gone
Before nothing can be done

I'll try to decide when
She'll lie in the end
I ain't got no fight in me
In this whole damn world
So hold off -wrong- (Tell you to hold off)
She should hold off-wrong- (You choose to hold on)
It's the one thing that I've known

Once I put my coat on
I coming out in this all wrong
She standing outside holding me
Saying oh please
I'm in love
I'm in love

Girl save your soul
Go on save your soul
Before it's to far gone
And before nothing can be done

Cause without me
You got it all
So hold on
Without me you got it all
So hold on
Without me you got it all
Without me you got it all
So hold on
Without me you got it all
Without me you got it all
So hold on

wolfgirl said...

i think the same

Debnog said...

Speaking of the soundtrack, has anyone else heard it? I am totally obsessed with it! In particular, I love these tracks:

Track #1 Supermassive Black Hole - Muse
Who knew Muse could be this good? I was never particularly interested in them before, but now I'm wondering what I've been missing! Muse is also Stephenie Meyer's favorite group.

Track #3 Full Moon - The Black Ghosts
Who are these black ghosts? This is my number one favorite track on the album. Did you catch those lyrics?
...But I don't know where I am and I don't trust who I've been
And If I come home how will I ever leave.

It may have been more appropriate for New Moon, but what a great song!

Track #5 Spotlight - MuteMath
The drums and the vocals on this track really kick it.

Track #9 Eyes on Fire - Blue Foundation
The haunting background vocals that sound like they're being sung underwater are what first attracted me to this. It was the little-girl lead vocals coupled with the mysterious and dark tone of this song that really got me.

Track #11 Flightless Bird, American Mouth - Iron and Wine
This is that song that Edward and Bella danced to under the gazebo. It's soft, tragic, and romantic, and reminds me a bit of an Irish pub drinking song.

Amanda said...

Funny, those are my favorites too.