When We were Close Friends, Was It Called Love?, and In A Silent Night: Song Lyrics

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Summary: The song ‘When We were Close Friends’ tells about a betrayal which is done by Margaret toward Caroline because she stabs her in the back in order to get Marcel; The song ‘Was It Called Love?’ tells about a girl, Caroline, is infatuated with a boy, Marcel, her senior, and finally they make a relationship each other; The song ‘In A Silent Night’ tells about Caroline who always dreams of Marcel, her ex-boyfriend, after they broke up.

When We were Close Friends

Intro: C – G (2x)

C

We have been friends for a decade

G

It all began with the parade

C

Since then we cannot be apart

G

I think we’re meant to be comrade

C

The very first time I met you

G

I think I had a trust in you

Chorus I:

A

You said you always would help me

C

In everything I do

A

You also said that you’re my true friend

C D

And you’d never hurt myself

But…

Reff I:

G D C

You stab me in the back

G D C

You take me all I have

G D C

You stab me in the back

G D C

You take me all I have

C

We have been friends for a decade

G

It all began with the parade

C

Since then we cannot be apart

G

I think we’re meant to be comrade

C

The very first time I met you

G

I think I had a trust in you

Chorus II:

A

You said you always would help me

C

In everything I do

A

You also said that you’re my true friend

C D

And you’d never hurt myself

But…

Reff II:

G D C

You stab me in the back

G D C

You take me all I have

G D C

You stab me in the back

G D C

You take me all I have

Was It Called Love?

Intro: E – D – A (2x)

E D A

First time I saw you

E D A

I felt there were something special,

E

something different kind of you

D A

It was you at the corner of the class

E D

Was it love?

A

Was it love?

E D A

I stopped staring you for a while

E D A

I didn’t know you would gaze me back

E D A

into the distance and you came to me

E D A

and suddenly asked me what my name is

E D A

and shockingly asked me where I live

Chorus I:

A B

We were getting closer

Cm

and I wouldn’t leave you

A B

We made some promises

A B

that we were one

Reff I:

A B

Love.. Love.. Love.. Love.. Love…

Cm

Let me shower your

A B

Love.. Love.. Love.. Love.. Love..

Cm

Say you love me..

Cm

Love.. Love.. Love.. Love.. Love

A B

Let me love you..

Cm

Love… Love… Love… Love… Love

E D A

I stopped staring you for a while

E D A

I didn’t know you would gaze me back

E D A

into the distance and you came to me

E D A

and suddenly asked me what my name is

E D A

and shockingly asked me where I live

Chorus II:

A B

We were getting closer

Cm

and I wouldn’t leave you

A B

We made some promises

A B

that we were one

Reff II:

A B

Love.. Love.. Love.. Love.. Love…

Cm

Let me shower your

A B

Love.. Love.. Love.. Love.. Love..

Cm

Say you love me..

Cm

Love.. Love.. Love.. Love.. Love

A B

Let me love you..

Cm

Love… Love… Love… Love… Love

In a Silent Night

Naaaaa na naaaaa na na na na

Naaaaa na naaaaa na na na na

Naaaaa na naaaaa na na na na

Naaaaa na naaaaa na na na na na na

Naaaaa na naaaaa na na na na

Naaaaa na naaaaa na na na na

Naaaaa na naaaaa na na na na

Naaaaa na naaaaa na na na na na na

G D

Once upon a time

A Bm

In a silent night

G D

Wish I could see your face

A

In my dreams

G D

The memories will stay

A Bm

and always keep in my head

G D

The moments that we shared

A

always remain

Chorus I:

G D

You know what I’m feeling

A Bm

When I’m completely far from you

G D A

You know what I would say if I met you

Reff I:

G D

I crave you

A

I cherish you

G D

I want you

A

I long for you

G D

The memories will stay

A Bm

and always keep in my head

G D

The moments that we shared

A

always remain

Chorus II:

G D

You know what I’m feeling

A Bm

When I’m completely far from you

G D A

You know what I would say if I met you

Reff II:

G D

I crave you

A

I cherish you

G D

I want you

A

I long for you

Naaaaa na naaaaa na na na na

Naaaaa na naaaaa na na na na

Naaaaa na naaaaa na na na na

Naaaaa na naaaaa na na na na

Naaaaa na naaaaa na na na na

Naaaaa na naaaaa na na na na

Naaaaa na naaaaa na na na na

Naaaaa na naaaaa na na na na

Word Count: (838)

Link for work dramatization: https://soundcloud.com/user977597828

14 thoughts on “When We were Close Friends, Was It Called Love?, and In A Silent Night: Song Lyrics

  1. 180410120100
    E

    In the first song, we were friends, at the first verse there was two lines that got my attention. Those lines were “The very first time I met you I think I had a trust in you.” Those lines sounded so creepy. I directly thought that Caroline was a fragile girl who was easily trusting someone. Furthermore, my judgement was strengthened by the first verse in “In The Silent Night.” The line is “The memories will stay and always keep in my head.” It described that Caroline hardly could move on, got hurt so deep, and wanted his ex boyfriend back which leads to one characterization, Fragile.

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    • Ineza Rachma Putri
      180410120113
      Class F

      Thank you for leaving a comment here :)

      Yes, you are right that there was a fragile girl who had a close friend, Margaret. They used to participate in a parade of marching band about 10 years ago. They also played, hanged out, and slept together because they were in the same boarding house. Yeah, they were also roommates. For the third song, there is also about Caroline who was described as a fragile girl. She always takes her time to dream about her ex-boyfriend who is now with her close friend, Margaret. I know it is a tragic when we find our close friend secretly has a feeling with someone whom we love too and she tries to break our relationship.

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  2. 180410120117
    Class F

    I love your songs! When I read the summary, I thought that your songs would be like a short story and would be the characters in the lyrics, but it was not.
    I mostly love your third song, in a silent night. I feel the way Caroline really want her ex-boyfriend and does not want break up with him. I can get Caroline’s desperation for wanting her ex-boyfriend when I listen to your dramatization.
    Well, even though I love your songs, I am a bit confused with your outline. I thought it would be a song before I opened the dramatization link and there was three dramatization works.

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      • Ineza Rachma Putri
        180410120113
        Class F

        Thank you for listening, Hanny. I just do not expect the songs will be as good as people think it is. Maybe, what makes you thought it would be like a short story because I just did not make sure if the format was good when I copy my work from Ms. Word into email. I thought, it was automatically copied into the blog as I wished but it is not. So it’s like one long duration song or even it is like a short story. Yes, I had expected that “In A Silent Night” is the song you like the most because I think it is better than the others.

        Once again, thank you for visiting my soundcloud and listening to my songs. :)

        Word Count: (125)

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  3. 180410120035/ B

    It is amazing how you created the stories behind those lyrics. I thought they were only arbitrary lyrical compositions before. Those stories behind the lyrics multiply your creative work besides those simply-catchy lyrics and guitar chords you presented there, which is very interesting.
    Besides that, I really enjoy listening to your songs. The sounds you created in those works truly remind me of some real musicians’ works, since it is not typical. But perhaps the way you sing in the low tone like that not too appeals the emotion inside the songs. It would be better if you made the tone higher; so it will increase the emotion of your singing and perfectly deliver the lyrics’ intention. However, it’s well-done! I bet you have such a good taste of music.

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    • Ineza Rachma Putri
      180410120113
      Class F

      Thank you Peni for any critics :) I realized that there is a low tone in the song “When We were Friends” that I did not sing it well. I realized it before long but I cannot help that there is not an alternative way to raise the tone because it means that I have to raise the tone in the first verse, right? And the reff would be too higher. And I was afraid if that happened, I would not sing it in a good way. That is the problem anyway :)
      By the way, thank you for some praises :)

      Word Count: (102)

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  4. The story in your three songs are developed clearly and neatly. I can see the beginning, the middle (climax), and the end of the story. It is also very creative that you don’t put characters’ names in the song, but you explain the audiences about the story (the characters and the plot), so the audiences, especially I, can understand the story on your songs. The tone that you create is also easy listening. Overall, your songs are very good. You are also able put simple and little bit sentences in each song, but the audiences can understand your story. Your voice is melodious. I like it, and I hope I can have your song in my playlist.

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      • Ineza Rachma Putri
        180410120113
        Class F

        By the way, thank you for the praises, Dini :) I did not think if these songs will give you such a good impression. Regarding the characters, it is true that I did not put any characters in my songs because I just did not mind it to put the names in the songs. Hehe. I think you have my songs in your playlist whenever you want  I am very glad to know that some of my friends like my songs. I am so much appreciated :)
        Thank you so much for visiting my soundcloud and listening to my songs :)

        Word Count: (102)

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  5. 180410100202/E

    I like your song because they are kind easy to vocalize the lyrics, short but straight to the point. They are also related each others and create such a teen love story that will be likely appropiate to teenage in nowdays. Then, the way you put them into the tones is simple and nice, connected with the simply hear catching sound of words in your lyrics, “decade-parade-comrade”, also many of the repetitions helping your lyric tones heard simplier.

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