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December Fall Out's second release. This is their anticipated follow up to "New Practice". The raw energy, and honesty portrayed in this record is certainly their most relatable content they have ever written or performed.
Includes unlimited streaming of See Sharp, It's Not That Bad EP
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I've wasted too much time on my own,
Now it's time to get back to where I belong.
I've spent so much time lost and alone,
I'm starting to feel sick and I want to come home.
I miss the faces that I've grown used to.
These different places that I always pass through take me back to the place where I've always stayed true;
"My friends and family know that this is my virtue."
I can never figure out what to say,
these words come out but yet I still feel the fucking same.
The ones around me make me want to stay,
but this is what has found me.
It makes me who I am today, 'cause no one should ever feel that way.
All I need is right here in front of me,
love and sensibility I've never seen.
Just know I'll never let you down.
I couldn't ask for anything more than to see you walk through that door.
Just know I'll never let you down (Just know I'll never let you).
I Don't Need You:
I'm here again.
You tried to shun me out
'Cause I'm going through the bad times without a single doubt.
You know things they change, that's a matter of fact,
But the things I've been saying are the things you've been thinking as the walls begin to crack.
Your words are at the bottom of my heart trying to find their way out,
"I don't need you."
The images of the past remind me of the simple fact that
I don't need you.
See Sharp, It's Not That Bad:
If you fall to the green grass, would I catch you?
Or would I leave you there, hanging by a thread.
These never ending days take their toll on you,
But I know that you're just trying to make it through.
You've been missing so much that you've been missing out,
And It doesn't matter much if you never say it loud.
So, don't you drift away like a match that's burning out.
Don't hold your head in shame, you've got to get up off the ground.
No one likes a cynic.
To think that the world is out of your hands is simply careless,
Take control of yourself and move on from the past,
It never helped much anyway.
Don't forget it only left you with the bitter taste of resentment and hate.
Would I give it up again?
If you'd listen, would you listen?
Would I give it up again? If you'd listen, would you listen?
It doesn't matter anyway, you're all just critics in the worst way.
Would I give it up again?
The world kept moving and you lost out,
"Everyone's so far gone, they're just lights in the dark."
Don't even think that way, it's not bad.
Start smiling, no one cares if you're miserable.
Paint the walls:
Apologies are all I hear,
from your lips to my heart as you watch me fall apart.
"Please, don't ever forget me," she said.
"Oh I need you in my life," she sang once before.
I won't sleep, over this.
Goodbye is just a concept that I will never grasp.
Just another example of my ignorance.
I should have been honest, I never wanted this.
I should have been honest, Oh I never wanted you to go.
I know I'm not the same since we first started,
I never figured out just what you wanted.
I never wanted this.
released October 25, 2012
All lyrics written by Drew Sweet, Cole Savoie, and Mike Plagenz.