So it's back to town again
Where all my friends fear they've got no friends.
The walls are painted and stenciled,
It reads "no more prisons" on sidewalks bare.

Up to reach a crest with each footstep
Without arrogance.

Oh I've encountered you a time or two now
And you could use some rest but you don't know how.
If they could see what you believe
They'd be like you instantly.

So it's back to the porch again
Where all my friends drink ‘til darkness ends.
And pass the labor pool potentials,
They read "homes not jails" on boarded shells.

Up to reach a crest with each footstep
Without arrogance.

Oh I've encountered you a time or two now
And you could use some rest but you don't know how.
If they could see what you believe
They'd be like you instantly.

Although this town may prove
To change show your ways still matter...
The same, the same, the same!

Oh I've encountered you a time or two now
And you could use some rest but you don't know how.
If they could see what you believe
They'd be like you instantly.


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East On Main song meanings
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