The Morning Of is:
James Bedore - Vocals
Rob McCurdy - Guitar
Chris Petrosino - Guitar
Abir Hossain - Bass
Erin McMenemy -
Vocals, Keyboard
Rob Curtis - Drums
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1) Begin
2) Let's Make My First Accident My Last
3) A Barrel Tapped at Both Ends
4) There's a Bully in the Park and a Hero in My Baseball Bat
5) A Beautiful Place, Not A Beautiful Face
6) The Dreamer and the Realist

November 8th, 2005
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For each month's Featured Release, we ask the principle songwriters for the band to provide commentary for each track on the new record. Here, fans are given some insight into the inspiration, creative developement, and recording process for all the songs on the record.
Song commentary for this album by Abir Hossain.

1. Begin

Just an intro.

2. Let's Make My First Accident My Last

This song is about how the human mind works. The worse one is treated in a situation or relationship, the more they will strive to please the one who is treating them badly.

3. A Barrel Tapped at Both Ends

This song is about our first show in New Jersey in December of 2004 on our first tour, and it's about the amazing experience we had there with all the kids and new friends we made, and also about a girl I met at the show who I danced with during a song who had an amazing affect on me.

4. There's a Bully in the Park and a Hero in My
Baseball Bat

This song is about how combined powers are greater than one alone. It is about how when two people come together in harmony, they can develop an empire, but when they split, it falls.

5. A Beautiful Place, Not a Beautiful Face

This song is essentially a song about a girl that dicked over James.

6. The Dreamer and the Realist

This song is probably the most significant to me lyrically. This song is about my dreams to continue playing music no matter what I lose and how long it takes, and how everyone, from my teachers to my ex-girlfriends to my parents think I should have a realistic goal. So therefore I am "the dreamer" and they are "the realists."