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Rebellion Vs. The Alarm Clock

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



i heard you're going off the edge in a more than literal sense. your expressions of frustration don't seem to be reminding you that life doesn't end when we pass thirty years of age. so listen to what you feel inside to find your passions today. i never wanted it to be like this. i've heard you cry countless times. and it always seems to make me wonder why you live your life the same way every single day when it leaves you hopeless and empty. it's time for a change. so what does this all add up to if it gets you lost in the moments. i love you no matter what happens but you have to remember something. i've always said if you stay young at heart age can never win. if occupations define ourselves it will leave us alienated from ourselves and our world. so let's get up and find a new way


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


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