"Love American" as written by and Wesley Eisold Tim Cossar....
Our love is all that we ever had
Our love is all that we'll ever have
Boys and girls, guys and dolls
You were finding faith in bathroom stalls
And broken beds, spring fractured spines
Fall for the right kids at all the wrong times
And in a world of sluts, we keep this wet dream alive
Yeah, our drought is drying out
You go nowhere in a nowhere town and no one's listening to the sound
Of breaking down and breaking out is just wishful thinking

We're taking walks around the hearts and homes we'll never own
You go nowhere in a nowhere town and no one's listening to the sound
Of breaking down and breaking out is just wishful thinking
You go nowhere in a nowhere town
We're growing up by falling down
We love the songs because we live the songs
In condemned flats between the rights and wrongs

And all we know is that we'll never know
We love the hearts but the hearts love us even more
Desperate and true, thinking of you
Borrowed and blue, sinking with you

Keep loving, keep breathing, keep living


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"Love American" as written by Wesley Eisold Tim Cossar

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    General Commenti miss this band so much. since they were american nightmare they've been my favorite band. it's hard to believe theyre really done.
    i rockon October 18, 2004   Link
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    General CommentTHEY OWN, YOU DON'T
    Andrewonfireon October 24, 2004   Link
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    General Commenti think this is a play on the american dream, and accepting that you can never achieve it, but you find your own with something/someone else.
    *#..on February 18, 2008   Link
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    General Commentwe love the songs because
    we live the songs in condemned flats
    between the rights and wrongs


    i love this song !
    everythingremindsmeon November 12, 2008   Link

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