"Anthem for American Teenagers" as written by and Jonathan Michael Mclaughlin....
The pieces that are showing lead to the unknowing
Pieces of our lives taking up our time
Is it always how it is? History insists
Everything we need to everything we see

Never lose, never lose
Before we go, we all should know that
Never lose, never lose
Before we go, we all should know that

Carousel's around me and no one here has found me
And I don't think you saw the parts that only are
And I'm leaning on my instincts, guide me to the meaning
Everything you said, filling up my head

Never lose, never lose
Before we go, we all should know that
Never lose, never lose
Before we go, we all should know that

Well, memories only hurt you, they're taking over
Let me on the inside, I'll be your shoulder
Memories only hurt you, they're taking over
Let me on the inside, I'll be your shoulder

Now it's like I always saw it
Let me on the inside, I'll be your shoulder
Memories only hurt you, they're taking over
Let me on the inside, I'll be your shoulder
Memories only hurt you, they're taking over

Never lose, never lose
Before we go, we all should know that
Never lose, never lose
Before we go, we all should know that

Never lose, never lose
Before we go, we all should know that
Never lose, never lose
Before we go, we all should know that



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"Anthem For American Teenagers" as written by Jonathan Michael Mclaughlin

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    General CommentWow, no comments? It's kind of an addicting song. I think it's about like, teenage love, maybe? "Let me on the inside, I'll be your shoulder" And that he wants the girl to open up to him, open up the past.
    azncravin08on July 10, 2008   Link

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