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Cigarettes and Valentines

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5) Dropout

Where's this from? I don't recall it.



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My interview with Mike Dirnt is where he said Dropout, Sleepyhead, Waste Away.
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Why so many trilogy songs? There's no indictaion any besides Walk Away that any were written pre-2010.

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Sleepyhead, Waste Away and Dropout were from the Warning sessions, were they not?

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For the trilogy songs I just went by lyric and music similarities that sounded somewhere between 2002 - 2004. Like if the words "cigarette" or "valentine" were used that would by a lyrical similarity. But this is more of what I would've put on it based on the similarities. It's not really meant to be an official representation of what was most likely to be on there. I am probably wrong on most of it though haha
Also for those wondering about Ashley, it just seemed to be influenced by songs like Roshambo and Governator a little bit to me so I just added it in. Most likely wasn't written then.

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I feel like an idiot for asking this but what does IMO stand for? What song does that stand for?

"In my opinion"
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Well I'm a fucking idiot but thank u haha
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Sleepyhead, Waste Away and Dropout were from the Warning sessions, were they not?

Dropout was from C&V sessions



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Why so many trilogy songs? There's no indictaion any besides Walk Away that any were written pre-2010.



I remember reading sometime last year or in 2013 that Drama Queen was written around the C&V time. I just read that it was apparently supposed to be on 21CB so I'm guessing that 21CB is more likely now. It kind of just seemed to fit in my C&V list because it's just another song about love/a girl as several suspected C&V songs are. Stray heart kind of felt like it had a musical vibe similar to Warning but kind of transitioning into a more modern type of sound closer to AI so that's why that was added. Angel Blue mentions "cigarette" and "valentine" in there so that's really the only reason I added it. State of shock has some lyrical similarities to Angel Blue. As for Fell For You, it just is consistent with the recurring lyrical theme of love. A good number of suspected C&V songs like Hearts Collide etc. Mention a girl or valentines so I factored that in.

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Dropout was from C&V sessions

Okay, but I distinctly remember the other two being on a whiteboard shown briefly in the alternate video for Warning.

EDIT: I may have even posted a still from the video somewhere in this forum.



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