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He's A Good Sposato (I Love Ya Blue​-​Blue)

from Turn Up The Punk, We'll Be Singing by Latterman

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yeah let's say what needs to be said. let's be sincere. let's let our feelings out and let's find a way to get past these fears and let's scream and shout. say what say what i just figured out you all mean so much to me. i tried to take this on the fly but i stumbled so many times its about time i'll be honest to myself and never let these fears just get me down. through the fights and the sarcasm this meant the world to me. yes those were great sounds in great towns but none of you have let me down. i sing this with the utmost sincerity. these are more than song lyrics. so i'll say this as straight forward as i can, let's not end this like ian curtis did (the most depressing end ever). in fact, lets not end this at all. remind ourselves 10 years from now just what we need. this song is what i have to give to show that i still care. i believe we should never give up on ourselves. i sing this with the utmost sincerity. these are more than song lyrics


from Turn Up The Punk, We'll Be Singing, released November 8, 2005


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