Anthony Green - “I’ll Miss You” 

good morning. I had just put on my makeup and new lipstick and my hair was big and awesome and I totally began channeling my inner Beyonce “Flawless” and then I got on the subway and this song came on and I broke down in tears. so hey, Monday, you’re doing me swell so far.

can you guess why I lost it? only four months after and nope. I still can’t.

The way you live your life 
Like you’re running out of time,
I’m gonna miss that
(I’m gonna miss that)

The way you do the things you love with so much love
All I remember is us raising hell and having the best time,
I’ll always call on it and just so you know,
I’ll miss you, I’ll miss you

The way you loved your friends 
Like just in case this ends,
You’ve got to go on and cherish your life,
Living up every moment and you’ll be alright,
All I remember is us raising hell, I’ll miss you
Live every moment like this is the end,
Spend all your time with your family and friends,
All I remember is us raising hell,
I’ll miss you, I’ll miss you
Oh, I’ll miss you, oh, I’ll miss you, 
Oh, I’ll miss you…

washedupemo
washedupemo:

Washed Up Emo Podcast - Episode 25 - Chris Conley (Saves the Day)
Saves the Day, at it since 1997, has had their share of ups and downs but through it all they struck a chord with fans and still do to this day. I had the pleasure of having Saves the Day be my one and only band I ever booked. Sold out pizza restaurant in the middle of North Carolina after only booking one boysetsfire show. Take that Facebook Events. Also, vivid memories of worn out cassette tapes of “Can’t Slow Down” and “Through Being Cool” that are still so near and dear to my heart. Chris was gracious enough to sit down with WashedUpEmo.com prior to their latest headlining tour in support of the new self-titled album. We spoke about Saves the Day’s first show, the term “Emo Rock Stars,” meanings behind the song “Shoulder to The Wheel,” who designed one of their classic album covers and Chris’ favorite Sean McGrath memory. Listening back, it’s great to see how happy Chris is at this point in his life and how much he is enjoying the ride. I couldn’t be happier, I hope you are too after listening to this one. Enjoy.
http://www.washedupemo.com/2013/10/episode-25-chris-conley-saves-day.html

listened to this interview this morning. I know it’s cheesy to say, but honestly to connect with those memories, with those songs after all these years is something I hope to never lose. I wish I could talk about these obsessions of mine (especially music and comedy and work) more often in a public forum. like a podcast. 
Chris Conley, thank you for this.

washedupemo:

Washed Up Emo Podcast - Episode 25 - Chris Conley (Saves the Day)

Saves the Day, at it since 1997, has had their share of ups and downs but through it all they struck a chord with fans and still do to this day. I had the pleasure of having Saves the Day be my one and only band I ever booked. Sold out pizza restaurant in the middle of North Carolina after only booking one boysetsfire show. Take that Facebook Events. Also, vivid memories of worn out cassette tapes of “Can’t Slow Down” and “Through Being Cool” that are still so near and dear to my heart. Chris was gracious enough to sit down with WashedUpEmo.com prior to their latest headlining tour in support of the new self-titled album. We spoke about Saves the Day’s first show, the term “Emo Rock Stars,” meanings behind the song “Shoulder to The Wheel,” who designed one of their classic album covers and Chris’ favorite Sean McGrath memory. Listening back, it’s great to see how happy Chris is at this point in his life and how much he is enjoying the ride. I couldn’t be happier, I hope you are too after listening to this one. Enjoy.

http://www.washedupemo.com/2013/10/episode-25-chris-conley-saves-day.html

listened to this interview this morning. I know it’s cheesy to say, but honestly to connect with those memories, with those songs after all these years is something I hope to never lose. I wish I could talk about these obsessions of mine (especially music and comedy and work) more often in a public forum. like a podcast. 

Chris Conley, thank you for this.