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There's Never A Reason Not To Party

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

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the reason that i do this is not for money or fame. it's so we can create something more meaningful then the mainstream. but there's so much more we/i can do then complain about my life. so i'll get up from my chair and rock and roll tonight. through my life i've seen a world where everybody lets their problems drag them down when they can make their own best days. but i know in your heart you can see it some day. and i say you got to walk away from your pain with your head held high. and i say i understand it's not easy to find a hope all the time. you can always find yourself in the worst situation. but feeling sorry for yourself is the worst thing you can do. the answer lies in the easiest place in can. it's inside yourself. it's inside you and me. and i hope this gives you a hope to go on with yourself day by day. and i hope you can find yourself in a brand new morning with sunlight shining in. you can find hope


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


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