"Aesthetic" as written by Thomas Giles Rogers, Paul Andrew Waggoner, Mark Edward Castillo, Nicholas Shawn Fletcher and Jason Schofield King....
Decrease the light, increase the smiles...a familiar heat is swarming the
air. Soothing movements that help the evening come to a halt. Lifetime
achievement... the looks on their faces make it worthwhile. The swaying
of the ocean, to the swaying of your hips...shivering as your lover's
caress touches your lips. Perfect world and perfect lives, we have the
soundtrack for their futures. The seawater smell in the cold outside
world seems to be enchanting the room. The chatter of riches keeping the
beat, as the sea seems to freeze. The brisk air seems to make our hearts
colder. The dimming smiles seem to have halted with a silent scream. We
must play on. The perfect life torn apart in a matter of seconds...I hear
their streams and cries...I know now that I'm the only one who possesses
true happiness. We must play on. The perfect life torn apart in a matter
of seconds...I hear their screams and cries...I know now that I'm the only
one who possesses true happiness. We must play on. Keep the beat, we tap
our feet...screams add a new feel to what we've perfected so dear. We'll
play to our deaths for we possess true happiness. We are finally free.
Dying with our one passion, music: the greatest wealth of them all. We
must play on.


Lyrics submitted by Juddc3891

"Aesthetic" as written by Mark Edward Castillo Jason Schofield King

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    General CommentAs weird as it seems this song is about the Titanic (yes the ship). The band supposedly kept playing while the boat was sinking, and that is the biggest dedication to music I could ever think of. If I were to die today I would love to spend my last moments either playing music or enjoying some of my favorite artists. This song is a dedication to all the music we create, our fans and anyone who is truly in love with music.
    -tommy
    iGodon August 28, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General Commentone of their best songs that i find it to be a powerful homage to music.
    letsskidaddleon January 13, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis is about the band that played on the Titanic and how they continued to play even as the ship sank and the rest of the boat fell into chaos.
    iGodon June 25, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General Commentwow

    awesome song

    awesome band FULLSTOP.
    poeticon August 04, 2005   Link
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    General CommentLeap the beat, we tap our feet,
    Screams add a new feel to what we've, to what we perfected so dear.
    We'll play to our deaths for we posses true happiness.
    We are finally free.
    Dying with our one passion, music,
    The greatest wealth of them all.
    We must play on.


    deeeem.
    youxknowiton September 05, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentiGod, you made this song's meaning so much more beautiful. i love this song and the amazing instrumentals, but i must say, the way you explained the lyrics just makes the song in a way seem..i don't know..magical?
    Yellowcardedon March 10, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI just copied it off the BTBAM website.
    iGodon May 05, 2006   Link
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    General CommentA few corrections:

    "Leap the beat, we tap our feet" should be:
    "Keep the beat, we tap our feet"

    "A familiar beat is swarming the art" should be:
    "A familiar beat is swarming the air"

    The intro is amazing on this song. Absolutely love it
    Furious Angelon December 10, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commentincredible. btbam is perfect. end of story.
    xwigginxon August 15, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Commentbest BTBAM song yet. Crazy ass lyrics!!(in the good way)
    [Vicer Exciser]on February 24, 2008   Link

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