The Start of Misery Business

#1 Posted by HandsomeDead (11863 posts) -

I presume at least one other person on here has to listen to Paramore on a regular basis so I also presume someone else must know, or at least has also wondered what Hayley says before the song starts after the little spanish guitar bit. It's probably something obvious and/or inconsequential but it's annoying me now. So any ideas? Hopefully before it descends into the usual 'My band's guitarist can play at a million miles per hour so we're more talented!' garbage in a way that only GiantBomb music threads can.

#2 Posted by Jayge_ (10221 posts) -

Where she says "move that snare"?

#3 Posted by HandsomeDead (11863 posts) -

And that's the thread. Now i'm reading it and hearing at the same time, it's so clear. Thanks.

#4 Posted by jakob187 (21665 posts) -

While that may be the thread, I personally really enjoy the song, the album, and especially that little part before the actual song kicks in.  

#5 Posted by Jayge_ (10221 posts) -
jakob187 said:
"While that may be the thread, I personally really enjoy the song, the album, and especially that little part before the actual song kicks in.  "
I'm struggling with the prospect of that possibly being true.

Which is... not possible?
#6 Posted by Steven (247 posts) -

Bit sick of that song, but I kinda like Paramore's stuff.

#7 Posted by clubsandwich (3795 posts) -

I actually kind of like paramore. D:

#8 Edited by Gunner612 (4338 posts) -

Paramore is alright until they are referred to as a punk band by 12 year olds.

#9 Posted by xAbleAssassinx (199 posts) -

It's actually... "Hit that, hit that snare."  
 
Just sayin.

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