I’m pretty certain that the past few weeks have been the type where if I didn’t have music to listen to and obsess over, I would probably drive myself insane.

“Well I don’t know where you’re going
but I know where you’ve been.
I’ve been tracing all your footsteps,
I’ve been counting all your sins.
A ticking bomb, a false alarm, a wrecking ball
You left before I had the chance to say
Just call me in the morning.
Call me when you’re home.
I know what you’ve been through, don’t let go.
Don’t let go.

Well you reached into my mouth
and pulled out a single bloody tooth.
I’ve never shown that to anyone.
Yeah no one knows but you.
A ticking bomb, a false alarm, a wrecking ball
I left before you had the chance to say
Just call me in the morning.
Call me when you’re home.
I know what you’ve been through, don’t let go.
Honey don’t let go.

You never knew that it would take so long
to understand you’re right where you belong.

I don’t know where were going
but I know where we’ve been.
We’ve been hiding from each other,
we’ve been hiding from our sins.

Call me in the morning.
Call me when you’re home.
I know what you’ve been through, don’t let go.
Call me in the morning.
Call me when you’re home.
I know what you’ve been through, don’t let go

Don’t know where we’re going
But I know where we’ve been
we’ve been hiding from each other
we’ve been hiding from our sins.

Call me when you’re home.
I know what you’ve been through, don’t let go.”

~Call me in the morning
Taking Back Sunday, Taking Back Sunday

This song isn’t overly complicated. It’s got nice subtlety that I don’t necessarily except from TBS, the drum swells and stuff, which is great. Killer to hear John and Adam singing together again – the harmonies on this record are sick, even better than “Tell All Your Friends.” Their furthered experience shows on this album in every track.

I’m really excited about this album overall. I think it’s a great addition to what they do. Some tracks – say, the dreaded “Money,” aren’t too great or anything to be that impressed by. But I’m loving it – “Who Are You Anyway?,” “Sad Savior,” “It Doesn’t Feel a Thing Like Falling” are also standouts. “El Paso” is as good a track one as “You Know How I Do” but it’s showing off a totally other side of their sound.

This song isn’t overly complicated lyrically, either. But it gets the point across, I think. Feels good this afternoon. Among these complicated situations, doubt and worry, confusion and concern it’s good to hear something that’s new yet familiar.