Somethin' tells me I'll never be close to another like you
helped me through the things that we all go through.
You make every song sound better,
taught me how to write a letter
I think everyone should get along like me and my first stereo

And you used to sing me to sleep
and always stood behind me
Everyone wants, everyone needs,
everyone hurts sometimes like me
It never rejects me, always accepts me
nothing can compete with my first stereo

Green light, outta my way
seems like just yesterday
that you played me my very first mix tape
Gave me the courage to say what I wanted to say
when it never comes out that way

oops, I'm in trouble again. should of listened to them
Back to my room and then we're safe now
Feels like when we were ten, in my room listenin
To some Michael Jackson, relaxin'

And you used to sing me to sleep
and always stood behind me
you saw me off when I had to go
my first true love was my first stereo

Everyone wants, everyone needs,
everyone hurts sometimes like me
It never rejects me, always accepts me
nothing can compete with my first stereo

Everyone wants, everyone needs,
nobodys perfect just like me
into the stereo is the place I go
I wonder what's playin' next on the radio?

Somethin' tells me I'll never be close to another like you
helped me throught the things that we all go through.

Everyone wants, everyone needs,
everyone hurts sometimes like me
It never rejects me, always accepts me
nothing can compete with my first stereo

Everyone wants, everyone needs,
nobodys perfect just like me
into the stereo is the place I go
I wonder what's playin' next on the radio?

My First stereo, my first stereo


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    General CommentThis song rocks. Totally. He's just very clearly paying tribute to his first ever stereo. At first, you'd think it's a girl he's singing about, but when it gets to the chorus, you realise he loves his stereo, and that it's always there for him, and that nothing, not even a girl "can compete with [his] first stereo".
    sixstringsamuraion May 22, 2004   Link
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    General CommentLol wow i cant belive their are even two posts about such a rare band. they should come out with a new album. get themselvs known more. if they dont thier are othe punk christian bands....."Relient K"
    romodavidon March 11, 2006   Link
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    General Commentromo, they DO have another album. silly.
    bouncehoperon June 01, 2007   Link
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    General Commentthat was posted on 11th martch 2006, noone knew about citically ashamed at that time I don't believe.

    they are not christian punk, just a pop punk bands with some christian meanings. This is a comparison about how we should all get along, in perfect harmony and without any conflict. Just like trevor and his first stereo.
    Matthew15on October 10, 2007   Link
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    General Commentcatchyy shit son!
    ineedsleepingpillson September 09, 2008   Link
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    General CommentMeh i agree.
    Music is deffo my love xD
    WhispersInTheDarkon October 15, 2008   Link
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    General Commentlol I love this song. It's just about how he loved his first stereo cause music got him through alot.
    FM Static isn't quite as awesome as Thousand Foot Krutch, but Trevor is amazing in both bands.
    rkfanatic101on February 12, 2009   Link
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    General CommentIt's kinda funny, actually. I think this is a great song--very catchy, fun, etc.
    My sister owns--and loves--the CD, so I hear it enough. I like the song--BUT listening to the lyrics--this guy's a LOSER!

    "Everyone wants, everyone needs,
    everyone hurts sometimes like me
    It never rejects me, always accepts me
    nothing can compete with my first stereo.....
    Somethin' tells me I'll never be close to another like you
    helped me throught the things that we all go through."

    That's so...pathetic. Anyways, that's my harsh little interpretation...;-)
    xphantasmagoriaxon June 12, 2005   Link

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