Yearbook

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Yearbook
Written by Rob Cantor
Appears on Songs About Girls (listedBlack), The Pingry EP
Sung by Rob Cantor
Genre Rock
Language English



Yearbook, a song by Rob Cantor, was originally a listedBlack song and first appeared on the listedBlack EP entitled Songs About Girls before being resurrected for Tally Hall when they recorded it for The Pingry EP. It's not been played live or recorded ever since.

Trivia[edit]

Coz recalls the day the Pingry EP was released, at an afterparty at Andrew's house, they teased each other for putting out a rock song with the word idiosyncrasies in it.



Lyrics[edit]

A picture in the yearbook staring me down
All year with this more than infatuation
I can't touch her and I hear her voice to me
It calls, and all my bravery
Falls grounded by the thought of it all
I look in the yearbook chasing me in my head I'm mistaken
I am making her more than a person could've been
But I believe in my own lies instead of pain it's anger I feel
Because I made it unreal in my head

She is real, I am crushed
Lost up here, lost in a rush oh oh
Details are killing me and I am torn away
From all the little things she'd say

Picture in nice frame
Real nice firewood now
More than contentment
I could wish I understood now why
I'm stuck here in this place
I can't bail away
She can see it, now I'm scarred
No matter what I say

She is real, I am crushed
Lost up here, lost in a rush oh oh
Details are killing me and I am torn away
From all the little things she'd say

All the idiosyncrasies are what everyone can not see
Should've never succeeded this far
All the idiosyncrasies are what drive me
You were just distorted and scarred

She is real, I am crushed
Lost up here, lost in a rush oh oh
Details are killing me and I am torn away
From all the little things she'd say