Dead In The Water,
Ohio Is For Lovers,
This Is Who We Are
and if you like softer stuff
Decembers, which my friend is currently obsessed with.
however they seem to be evil these days telling people to collect both covers of their new CD, but their badass attempts at attacking the rap world is enough to make me love them more.
And i know what your thinking Omgz dis kidz an emo fag who likes this stupid band, well fuck you i have my own opinion of what I listen too, and Your gonna think your accomplishing something by trying to vote this entry down, you will not destroy HH. and if you rate this bad your only proving my point
Me: hey do you listen to feminem or shitty cent or britney spears?
Loser: uhh yes
Me: go to hell Hawthorne heights is more talented than any rapper, or even fall out boy.
Loser: duh me brain hurty! (exploads)
1. nikki f.m
2. saying sorry
3. ohio is for lovers
4. desolve and decay
-When they named their band, they had no idea that there was a Hawthorne Heights in New Jersey
-They used to be called A Day In The Life
-They are not emo, if you disagree, please take a peek at their saying sorry video
-They admit they don't spent too much time on their lyrics anymore, because they want to focus on their friendships within the band
-They are fun to listen to, and even more fun live. I can tell you because I've seen them twice.
-They are now an MTV band, which sucks for all of those who loved them before they were cool to love.
-They don't 'suck' (look it up), because suck is drawing something by force. If you mean to say they are "inadequate," that means they are not capable, which they are.
The song "Ohio Is For Lovers" has been deemed controversial by many, due to the lyrics, "So cut my wrists and black my eyes / So I can fall asleep tonight / Or die / Because you kill me / You know you do, you kill me well / You like it, too, and I can tell" the word "cut" being blanked out on some television and radio stations. The song is also said to be depicting suicide, although from the lyrics, more than likely suggests the person the song was written about, was (figuratively) killing the narrator.