Can't Keep a Secret (stylized can'T keEp A SecrEt) is the second album by Canadian pop punk band Faber Drive. The first single released from this album was "G-Get Up and Dance". It reached number six on the Canadian Hot 100 chart. Its second single, "Give Him Up", was released on November 30, 2009, and peaked at number 26 on the Canadian Hot 100. Its third single, "You and I Tonight", peaked at number 49. A fourth single, "The Payoff", failed to chart.
Pop Rock Faber Drive. Liste der Bands Pop Rock Faber Drive Can't Keep a Secret. Bearbeite die Lyrics. Band Name Faber Drive. Album Name Can't Keep a Secret. Erscheinungsdatum 30 November 2009. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen1.
Can You Keep A Secret? began its life in 2010 as a vintage treasure chest housed in a 1920’s Queensl. Part of me wants to let you know where it is, but like all good secrets and underground legends it can't be flagrantly promoted like XXXX beer when driving along Milton Rd. If you don't know about it yet then you better hope you know someone who does. One day I'm sure the time will come when it is so busy on the weekends it will be standing room only because the word has gotten out. And I hope it doesn't change like Wandoo did or Lychee once it was renovated.
Produced by Jack Antonoff. Album Love, Simon (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack). Keeping A Secret Lyrics. And oh God, it's a long walk home But I understand why I walk alone Cause hey, we keep it a secret And in your car it's an endless dream Of ways we could keep this feeling clean But hey, we're keeping a secret. All my guts Push me out Onto your front stoop Oh, and oh my god, I've changed myself To what we might do (if we stop keeping a secret)
Perhaps realizing that their time on a major label was likely limited, Built to Spill made a gutsy choice for Keep It Like a Secret, their second album for Warner Brothers. They embraced the sounds of a big studio and focused their sound without sacrificing their fractured indie rock aesthetic. In a sense, this is Built to Spill's pop album: every song is direct and clean, without the long, cerebral jamming that characterized their earlier albums.
January 26, 2003 5:00AM ET. Keep It Like A Secret. There are traces of Lou Reed and the hyperwriting of ’66 Bob Dylan in Secret‘s lyric mix of run-on, conversational syntax and curveball wordplay ( I can’t be your apologist very long/I’m surprised that you’d want to carry that on/Count your blemishes, you can’t, they’re all gone - Carry the Zero ). In comparison, Keep It Like a Secret is tightly wound clang, effectively understated in spots. Else may or may not be about some kind of codependency ( Your body breaks/Your needs consume you forever/And with this lies the need/To be here together ), but there is a warm, fluid calm in Martsch’s voice and the crystalline pingponging of his guitar.
I keep it as a secret. I know that the following are both correct. I consider him my friend. I treat him as my friend. It seems that the use of "as" is rather arbitrary. Is there any "rule" concerning the use of "as"? Thanks. It probably doesn't work in all cases, but if you can substitute "to be" for "as," then drop the "a. I consider him as my friend. I consider him to be my friend.