The Gloomiest Day

by I Was Given Feet To Follow You

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"The Gloomiest Day" is a one track single release that is the re-imagining of the 2005 track by Capistrano, "Phonetically Speaking, This Could Be The Best Day Ever (The Happiest Day)".

Written originally in 2005 by Dylan Andersen, Travis Alongi, and Jeff Dudek, this new version is a new take on the old favorite by original Capistrano member, Dylan Andersen, now playing under the project moniker, I Was Given Feet To Follow You.


released January 6, 2015

"The Gloomiest Day" was written, performed, recorded, engineered, and mixed by Dylan Andersen.



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I Was Given Feet To Follow You Long Beach, California

Hi there, my name is Dylan. This is a project I've been working on since 2007 called I Was Given Feet To Follow You. It is the collection of songs and ideas and movements that were recorded and pieced together at various times in my life. Please enjoy these songs, and feel free to share them. Thank you. ... more

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Track Name: The Gloomiest Day
Skylar: I love you. I wanna hear you say that you don't love me. Because if you say that, then I won't call you, and I won't be in your life...

Will: I don't love you.

* * *

Will: So, when did you know, like, that she was the one for

Sean: October 21st, 1975.

Will: Jesus Christ. You know the fuckin' date?

Sean: Oh yeah. Cus' it was game six of the World Series. Biggest game in Red Sox history.

Will: Yeah, sure.

Sean: My friends and I had, you know, slept out on the sidewalk all night to get tickets.

Will: You got tickets?

Sean: Yep. Day of the game. I was sittin' in a bar, waitin' for the game to start, and in walks this girl. Oh it was an amazing game, though.

Sean: I just slid my ticket across the table and I said, "Sorry guys, I gotta' see about a girl."

Will: I gotta' go see about a girl?

Sean: Yeah.

Will: That's what you said? And they let you get away with that?

Sean: Oh yeah. They saw in my eyes that I meant it.

Will: You're kiddin' me.

Sean: No, I'm not kiddin' you, Will. That's why I'm not talkin' right now about some girl I saw at a bar twenty years ago and how I always regretted not going over and talking to her. I don't regret the 18 years I was married to Nancy. I don't regret the six years I had to give up counseling when she got sick. And I don't regret the last years when she got really sick. And I sure as hell don't regret missin' the damn game.

* * *

Sean: Do you feel like you're alone, Will?

Will: Hah, what?

Sean: Do you have a soul mate?

Will: Define that.

Sean: Somebody who challenges you.

Will: Uh, Chucky.

Sean: No, Chucky is family, he'd lie down in fucking traffic for you. I'm talking someone who opens up things for you, touches your soul.

Will: I got - I got it.

Sean: Who?

Sean: I got plenty.

Sean: Well, name them.

Will: Shakespeare, Nietzsche, Frost, O'Connor, Kant, Pope, Locke...

Sean: Well that's great. They're all dead.

Will: Not to me, they're not.

Sean: You can't have a lot of dialogue with them. You can't get back to them.

Will: Not without a heater and some serious smelling salts.

Sean: That's what I'm saying.

* * *

Will: Yeah, but this girl is like, you know, beautiful. She's smart. She's funny. She's different from most of the other girls I've been with.

Sean: So, call her up, Romeo.

Will: Why? So I can realize she's not that smart, that she's fuckin' boring? Y'know--I mean...this girl is like fuckin' perfect right now, I don't wanna ruin that.

Sean: Maybe you're perfect right now. Maybe you don't want to ruin that. I think that's a super philosophy, Will. That way you can go through your entire life without ever having to really know anybody.