• Artist: Blank Cinema
  • Title: How To Impress
  • Genre: Rock - New Wave, Rock - Punk/Pop-Punk
  • Mood: Up/Positive
  • Speed: Fast (130-160)
  • Instruments: Real Drums/Drum Kit, Electric Guitar (Clean, Overdriven), Bass, Keyboards/Organs
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 1/1/0001
  • Lyric themes: Denial, Egotism Selfishness, Moving On Change Letting Go, Style, Reminiscing
  • Lyrics: You could say that we did it all. You could say that we did it all. Because I've met you for the first time and, I've met you for the last time too. I've met you for the first time and, I've met you for the last time too. Any other time, could've been just fine. We had your heart and we had your taste on all of our dinner plates, but we'll never give them back to you. We had your style and we had your face on all of our pages too, we're highly impressed. Don't leave it to someone else now, don't leave it to me. Well you could say that we did it all, but you weren't watching closely. That's why I never stop to think about, I never stop to think about, I never stop to think about what could have been. Because we started off as nothing at all. Any other time, could've been just fine. We had your heart and we had your taste on all of our dinner plates, but we'll never give them back to you. We had your style and we had your face on all of our pages too, we're highly impressed. You could say that we did it all, you could say that we did it all, you could say that we wrote the book on "How to Impress".
  • Keywords: peppy, cheerful, upbeat, Bass, Brit Pop, Guitar, Garage, Glam
  • Ending type: End Button

About Blank Cinema

Blank Cinema

Vancouver, British Columbia Canada

Blank Cinema

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“You can tell when it comes out good. Boy, you can hit it and it rings out! Well, you know you got it.” —Joe Barrick, one-man band (1922-present)

Much like Oklahoma’s famous son Joe Barrick, a traditional one-man band in the hillbilly sense—strapped to the gills with assorted instruments and playing the banjo, harmonica and mandolin simultaneously—Vancouver, BC’s Blank Cinema is literally a band of one: Jake Fox. Unlike ol’ Barrick, however, ...

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