"Where No One Knows My Name (w/ Dallas' Part)" as written by and Dallas/ingelevics Green....
Side-stepped land mines
And working-class attitudes.
Let's go.
This is a love song.
Deal with it. Deal with it. Deal with it.

(And I will)
I will
(Beat my fist against my chest)
My chest, against my chest
(If only to prevent my heart from beating for you)
Beating... for you, for you.
(This new season brings with it songs of hope)
Songs of hope!
(You can't leave me waist-high wading all alone)
(I know there is somewhere I can go)
I don't understand are the most interesting
(Where no one knows)
Like zero, and Eraserhead.
(My name)

(And I still)
I still
(Remember the sound of your voice)
Sound of, of your voice
(Do you think I would call just to hear you breathe?)
Hear you breathe.
(Just to hear you breathe)

Sometimes it's just about feeling good.
John Cusack. Pop punk

Lyrics submitted by passtheflask

"Where No One Knows" as written by Wade Macneil Dallas Green

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Where No One Knows My Name (w/ Dallas' Part) song meanings
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    General Commentyay! first comment! I love this song. Dallas' part is awesome. I think the title is just "where no on knows" though. anyways, yah "this is a love song" but I don't get what's up with the first line..."side stepped landmines and working class attitudes." can someone shed some light? I love georges last 2 lines, they are so true. Dallas' part is about someone who puts his heart on the line for someone else, but gets nothing in return. This is one of my fave Alexisonfire songs. It's different then most songs on this album and it's good. Alexisonfire are an awesome band! their actual music is the best and dallas is SUCH an amazing singer and george's screaming is cool too!
    star_up_in_the_skyon March 04, 2005   Link
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    General Comment'It's a love song. Deal with it'.
    al.youngon April 10, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThe best part is when The guitar goes soft and Dallas sings "just to hear u breathe".Brilliant.the emotion in that is amazing
    adelledaforeveron December 06, 2005   Link
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    General Commenthere's some trivia.. what other song does the line "Do you think I would call just to hear you breath..." appear in?

    hears a hint, it's not by Alexisonfire.
    strickenon March 16, 2006   Link
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    General Commentthe answer is sam malone by dallas green :)
    Des88on April 12, 2006   Link
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    General CommentWell obviously..the song also contains the where no one knows my name line :P
    refusedfan971on November 21, 2006   Link
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    General CommentAnd I will, beat my fist against my chest.

    God I love this song.
    Street Spiriton January 10, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThis is my favourite song on the first album. i love the guitar and i love the part 'this is a love song. deal with it.'

    p.s. the song sam malone's has most of the lyrics in dallas's part of this song:

    And this new season brings with it signs of hope,
    I know there is some place I can go,
    Where no ones knows my name...
    I still remember the sound of your voice,
    Do you think I would call just to hear you breath... just to hear you breath

    anyways i have no idea what geogre's part is about but i think that dallas's part is about someone falling for another person, trying to please them and not seem desperate while the other person has rejected them, threrefore that person wants to go somewhere where no one knows their name... possibly because they regret what they have done and feel embarassed. they seem to be angry in the end 'do you think i would call just to hear you breathe?'

    p.p.s. sam malone happens to be my favourtie city and colour song
    grant.me.a.wishon September 10, 2007   Link
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    General CommentNot to be a jerk, but there are a couple of spelling errors in here. It's "John Cusack" and "breathe" not "breath." One is a verb, the other is a noun.
    asSTARSfallxon July 12, 2009   Link

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