"Wish I Could Forget You" as written by Joshua Bradford, Shane Told and Paul Koehler....
You won't repeat this for the rest of the crowd.
I know they will miss but you'll still feel proud.
but you'll still feel proud.
Say it's gold, say it's fine.
The secrets out that you're mine.
Say it's gold, say it's fine.

The secrets out that you're mine.
Yeah.
Say it's gold, say it's fine.
The secrets out that you're mine.
The television radiates as the clock ticks on and on and on.
It's getting too late and it's time to move on.
It's getting too late and it's time to move on.


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"Wish I Could Forget You" as written by Paul Koehler Joshua Bradford

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    General CommentSounds like he got in a fight with his girlfriend or something, and they split up due to it. Maybe they had a hidden relationship and once people found out it all fell apart?
    worthdyingforon April 23, 2003   Link
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    General Commentan exquisite display of Silversteins pottentially fulfilled talent that portrays the inner aggression, sadness, and anger throughout not only this song, but in every Silverstein song ever created. in other words.....Silverstein=best band in the world.
    wtbdrewon May 29, 2004   Link
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    General Commentyes, silverstein is terrific. this song kicks ass
    dcfcAndtheStars8on December 08, 2004   Link
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    General CommentWay to miss the Apostrophe (') its about the Questionmark (?) and you dont need the shift key
    Drag86on April 26, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThis is soooo good. There is so much supressed anger in it that bursts out now and then. beautiful
    DubC4Lifeon November 05, 2005   Link
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    General Comment1st.
    silverstein= best band ever, i totally agree

    this song could possibly be the best one ever by this band..
    cuz when you compare it to all of the band's other songs this one is so simple. but it's beautiful at the same time...

    and i think the concept behind the song is that these people are in a relationship and one is completely committed.. but the other is standoff-ish, and is in a way.. almost kind of afraid of admitted that they're in this relationship, like they want to keep it seceret, and i think its about dealing with that...that's how you get the lyrics like," you won't repeat this for the rest of the crowd" and the " the seceret's out that you're mine"
    lyshaon December 29, 2005   Link
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    General Commenti luv this song..i think that everyone who thought of a theroy for this song is right...and i can't think of any other explination for this song so im just gonna agree with whatevers here goodjob luv the way he sings it it sounds so mellow yet angry sad and painfully powerful its just grand :D peace
    .::.tralalalala.::.on March 09, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI love this song, but i don't think it is one of there best... I mean there is so much emotion to it and so much anger. But it is about the only one that i don't understand and that i can't realate to, but thats me :)

    silverstein = #1
    kaylie37on August 03, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI love this song, not just for the emotional lyrics, but for the music. The way it flows; it's so pretty.

    "You won't repeat this for the rest of the crowd / I know they will miss / but you'll still feel proud..."

    They're in a trusting, loving relationship, but no one else understands. Everyone in "the rest of the crowd" "misses" the meaning of their love for each other, but "the crowd" doesn't matter because whether it's "gold" or "fine", their love rises above all.
    Ari-chanon November 01, 2006   Link
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    General Comment"Say it's gold, say it's fine" is probably my favorite lyric ever. It has various, significant meanings to each and every individual. I really can't wait to get this tattooed.
    vivalakayaon January 26, 2010   Link

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