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Between the overly poetic diction (Oh, what you do to me/the world will never be the same, and you’re to blame/I’d walk to you if I had no other way) and Higgenson’s vocal stylings (a blend of tenor belting and emo whining), the tune became a smash hit success for women between the ages of 14-40 who apparently connected to the pining love of a moody singer-songwriter.
As a fan of the Plain White T’s myself, I’m almost offended that none of their other songs – most of which are better and feature the entire band – have made a dent in the airwaves.
The muse for guitarist Tom Higgenson’s song is Delilah Di Crescenzo ’05, an All-American steeplechase runner and one of the stars of Columbia’s women’s cross-country team that won three consecutive Heptagonal Games championships. “Part of me wants to scream at the top of my lungs that it’s about me. I didn’t know how to be polite but, you know, ditch him.” So Higgenson didn’t get the girl, but he did come away with a hit song.
The Chicago native is beginning her second year as an assistant track and cross-country coach at Bryn Mawr College and is training for the Olympic Trials for the 2008 Summer Games in Beijing. Another part of me wants to cower and say it’s not.” As for the non-relationship, the two kept in touch by e-mail and Higgenson brought Di Crescenzo a disk with the song when he finished it in 2004. Besides, he says, “If we had lived happily ever after, then what would my next song be about?
And so it was for Plain White T’s with their #1 hit "Hey There, Delilah" in 2007.
The iconic images of the busy street full of cars, busy buildings full of advertisements, and busy sidewalks full of pedestrians have been around for 50 of those years.
[Verse 1: Dia Frampton] Did you think about what I said last night?
Knowing you, you probably didn't I could picture your face on the other side Completely oblivious Do you really feel like this love is real?
Times Square is a diverse section of midtown Manhattan full of the wondrous and the insane, performers and spectators, overplanned and spontaneous, streetscapes and undergrounds and high rise penthouses.
It’s a lot like an onion, containing layers upon layers that can be peeled away by the curious visitor where business, art, and life smash together.
While the two were never in a relationship, Higgenson took poetic license while crafting the lyrics to the heartfelt ballad about a long distance couple. She attended Columbia University in New York City during the time she first met the front man for the Plain White T’s.