#TSletterA: Anybody There #TheScriptAtoZ

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Edit by Despina @ScriptManiacs

Anybody There is the last and shortest song of the first album (which is also named The Script) that was released in 2008. It is about living life to the fullest even against the so engrained Catholic values. It’s a returning topic on the album, not surprising when the songs are written by lads around 30. I’d say it’s that age when you’re expected to slow down but most of us don’t feel like it at all.

Fun Fact:

Drummer Glen Power is the most proud of this song on this album from drumming point of view.

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Have you ever felt “damn, expectations, I’ll do my own thing?” Was it some solace when you were not alone, when you had your friends supporting you?

#AtoZchallenge @thescriptbible #AnybodyThere "Well I don't care 'cause I won't know anybody there" 👤🌆

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(I just adore the play of W + E on this edit! I bet even the band didn’t realise it was there.)

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Hop over to check today’s interview on Music & Words with Andrew Allen. He shares a wee story about The Script! 🙂

Today’s featured blogger: the founding father of the A to Z challenge, Arlee Bird. Check what he’s up to.

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