I just… I love when artists do this. For me, it’s like
- Album named for song lyric
- Album named for who the hell knows
- Album named for song
- Album named after band
I don’t know why. I think it’s just that detail-oriented neurotic in me; it means you have to listen to the songs, really listen, to catch the title, and I think that’s cool.
6, 5. No One Will Know and Would Things Be Different, The Spring Standards
No One Will Know, their EP, is an eight-song collection of wonderful. The titular lyrics come from the heartbreaking “Your Lie.”
I, well I have no sorrow, for guiltier end, for no one will know, the wreck has been slow, no excuse could be tougher than when you can pack up and go.
Would Things Be Different, their album, takes its title from the track “Frozen.”
If I were a stranger or a passerby would things be different, would I catch your eye?
4, 3. Bomb in a Birdcage and One Cell in the Sea, A Fine Frenzy
Bomb in a Birdcage takes its title from the first track on the album, “What I Wouldn’t Do.”
It was now and we were both in the same place, didn’t know how to say the words. With my heart ticking like a bomb in a birdcage, I left before someone got hurt.
One Cell in the Sea‘s title is from the second track, “The Minnow and the Trout.”
Please, I know that we’re different. We were one cell in the sea in the beginning and what we’re made of was all the same once, we’re not that different after all.
2. Declare a New State, the Submarines
Declare a New State‘s title is off the first track, too, “Peace and Hate.”
Forever more peace and hate, love and war, declare a new state. Forever more peace and hate, love and war, declare a new state.
1. I Know You’re Married But I’ve Got Feelings Too, Martha Wainwright
Another album title off the first track, “Bleeding All Over You.”
My heart was made for bleeding all over you, and I know you’re married but I’ve got feelings too, and I still love you.
–your fangirl heroine.