"Marigold Patchwork" as written by and Aaron Pillar Christopher Crisci....
fall down.
fall sounds of rain.
why can't i go.
those days when spokes wound baseball cards tear hear them roar.
and faster still those boards which let fly souls.
honeysuckle walk right afternoon time dies.
wish for sometime soon.
i'll work it out.
my way.
so many faces.
so lost.
why can't i go back when this mess was not made.
forever turns out just the same as two months.
that rages on then after...

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"Marigold & Patchwork" as written by Christopher Crisci Aaron Pillar

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    General Commentthis song is one of my favorite AC songs. very good stuff...ive listened to it tons of times and it still rocks.
    emo-hardcoreon July 03, 2002   Link
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    General Commentthis is an amazing song. AC is an amazing band, yes they remind me of SDRE, but we need more music like that.
    thisgirlcankillon March 17, 2003   Link
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    General Commenti love this song hardcore
    man like super much. hahah aahh
    i forgot what this song meant. damnit
    when i sober up ill share it. blah <:$

    _ JoN.G.
    aim: iamthepooman
    :) thursday :)on March 17, 2003   Link
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    General Commentwhats wrong with having long songs? dont bands in the same genre remind you of one another sometimes? lay off the cast, man. theyr great. i'll kill your family.
    falldownmarigoldon March 26, 2003   Link
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    General Commentthis song reminds me of the nostolgia you feel for your childhood. the days when nothing mattered but fun and you spent all day laughing and smiling.
    <3appleseed cast<3
    kristensicleon April 06, 2003   Link
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    General Commentdon't kill me.
    MusicsNum1FANon June 18, 2003   Link
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    General Commentwhen i heard this song for the first time, it gave me chills. i really love this sonng how its played and just like the vocals andguitar and everything about it. i would like to dissagree with ColKink about them trying to be like a SDRE band. AC has there very ownstyle of how the play their songs. they hardly sound like SDRE. maybe a little instrumentaly but other than that no. but yea i really think that the Appleseed Cast is and awesome band.

    AIM: emoElliott,or freshPedro
    emoelliotton June 22, 2003   Link
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    General Commentjust cant get into two conversations, mare vitalis might be my favourite album as a whole but this is easily my favourite AC song ever. i have the perregrine leak and have preordered that though, and it sounds amazing.

    back to the song, i think its about nostalgia of losing something, maybe a girl, maybe a family member. maybe even something else to do with his childhood, the 'spokes round baseball cards' bit seems to be reminiscent of younger days. now he wants to go back, obviously.

    its lovely, a very emotional song and the best bit about it is although the basic meaning is there, you can apply it to all sorts. i love it lots lol
    blanktomon March 04, 2006   Link
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    General Commenteveryone needs to shut the fuck up about sdre and appleseed...both bands had their worthy releases, and honestly, i don't think ring wars even sounds THAT much like diary...crisci and enigk's voices are too distinctly different...

    diary is one of my favorite albums of all time. so don't get me wrong. real estate was great......WAS great before two shitty releases...appleseed has always been great.

    it's like someone already said...lay off the cast.
    lagwagon182on November 23, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI don't know. I'm not really that big a fan of Appleseed Cast. It seems like they are trying to hard to be the next Sunny Day Real Estate, but it's already been done. Sometimes I think I would like all of their music more if they just chopped off two or three minutes of it.
    ColKlinkon July 31, 2002   Link

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