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They've been saying this all a while
I'm a mess, you're a file
They've been saving this small exchange
I'm a mess, you're a file

Because the way, the way things travel
Because the waves will alter them in flight
Is that the way, the way things used to?
Still unresolved, but underneath there lies with you
They're still with you.

Soft as leaves in the night
They can please their own children
They control their own lives
I can be so resourceful

They've been playing that song again
I'm a spark, you're a wire
They're shaving it close again
I'm a spark, you're a wire

'Cause of the weight, the label's useful
So incorrect, but maybe there's
Still something breathing
Hopeless
Breathing

Severed by hollow flight
There can be many options
They can be somewhat right
Possibly some arrangement

I'll just wait and you'll be fine
All this way, and still December (x4)


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    General CommentI'm not really surprised that no one commented on Rob Crow because no one knows who he is, but this guy's a genius. He's also the lead singer of Pinback, which is a great job.

    And this song specifically is beautiful. Great job, Rob, it's a tragedy more people don't know who you are.
    Strandedon October 07, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti agree with you completely, Stranded
    thirdwheel7on November 28, 2007   Link
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    General Commentthat's word...rob and pinback make some awesome music.
    BomberDynastyon October 04, 2008   Link
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    General Commentsometimes i wish his songs were 20 minutes long.. like this one.
    enjoyyourrootson October 19, 2008   Link
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    General CommentGOD. This song is so perfect. I love Pinback and Crow. This whole album is great. I wish more people knew about Rob.
    Calebdaguyon April 10, 2009   Link

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