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These are the words that people say. I hear them almost everyday. They’re in the songs that people sing. I am an alien in this world. I do not understand these girls. I don’t know what they want from me. I thought that we were falling in. I thought that I figured this thing out. I thought that we were falling in. We were falling out. I know that history provides stories of how true love has died, but why is it happening to me? I am a prisoner bound in chains. I am held captive in my brain. There are no windows for my eyes to see. I thought that we were falling in. I thought that I figured this thing out. I thought that we were falling in. We were falling out. I thought that we were falling in. It’s everything I think about. I thought that we were falling in. We were falling out. It is a plunge that people take; it’s like a plunge into a lake. It is like falling from a rope swing.

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from Captains of Industry, Captains of War, released October 21, 2014

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The Successful Failures Trenton, New Jersey

With a name borrowed from a Jack London short story, an indie rock work ethic, and a penchant for melody, harmony, and heart- in-your-mouth-foot-on-your-sleeve lyrics The Successful Failures burst onto the scene out of the NJ pinelands in 2006. TSF has released 5 full length CDs full of songs about vikings, armadillos, old cars, murder, prison, fences, and girls. ... more

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