• Artist: The GoStation
  • Title: C'mon
  • Genre: Rock - Pop Rock, Pop - Pop Rock
  • Mood: Up/Positive
  • Speed: Medium Fast (95-130)
  • Instruments: Distorted Guitar (Heavy, Aggressive), Acoustic Piano, Real Drums/Drum Kit, Electric Guitar (Clean, Overdriven), Bass
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 10/6/2011
  • Lyric themes: Moving On Change Letting Go, Falling in Love, Pleasure, Being in Love Passion, Independence, Dancing
  • Lyric hook: Won't you take off all those clothes, throw away whats old, do a little living in the rain, and you can pass on all your shores, blow away the smoke, and feel a little more than useless pain
  • Lyrics: do you love to love the nightlife do you wish on dirty stars i know the place to be you can dance till your feet are sore and drink till you numb it some more wear your heart on your sleeve you go and bite your nails with ladies who lunch on weekdays and swallow what you want to say why don't you take off all those clothes throw away what's old and do a little living in the rain soaking up the tears around you and wishing for another dream where flashbulbs paint your skies all the streets are turning their backs and you think you're at your last chance to jump and see if you can fly where you are is nowhere but people always know your name and it's hard to shrug that off why don't you take off all those clothes and throw away what's old and do a little living in the rain you can pass on all your shows blow away the smoke and feel a little more than useless pain the sidewalks of this city are too insane so c'mon, so c'mon, cause you know there's something wrong so c'mon, so c'mon, so c'mon
  • Keywords: cheerful, upbeat, positive, rock, Bass, Guitar, Youth

About The GoStation

The GoStation

Astoria, NY United States

The GoStation

Embracing the art of the anthem, The GoStation have willfully eschewed the structureless noise of many of their contemporaries, opting instead for epic compositions marked by masterful guitar interplay, a steady rhythmic punch, and huge sing-along choruses. Calling to mind everyone from Oasis to The Strokes by way of U2, the band are far more concerned with reviving the classic art of songwriting than becoming the darlings of any fickle scene.

The GoStation fired the first ...

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