This is just another stance
A way for you to make your minds up
While we stand, while we stand
While we stand, while we stand

Distance helps us find the path
Before we make you make your minds up
Take a chance, take a chance
Take a chance, take a chance

We all stand too long on the wrong side
We all stand too long on the wrong side
We all stand too long on the wrong side
We all stand too long, too long

This is just another step
To help define where your mind's at
It's all the same, all the same
It's all the same, all the same

We all stand too long on the wrong side
We all stand too long on the wrong side
We all stand too long on the wrong side
We all stand too long, too long

We all stand too long on the wrong side
We all stand too long on the wrong side
We all stand too long on the wrong side
We all stand too long, too long

You are the haunted, the haunted
You are the haunted
You are the haunted, the haunted
You are the haunted

We all stand too long on the wrong side
We all stand too long on the wrong side
We all stand too long on the wrong side
We all stand too long, too long

We all stand too long on the wrong side
We all stand too long on the wrong side
We all stand too long on the wrong side
We all stand too long, too long


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    General CommentThat guitar at the end *_* Great song!
    60_miles_an_houron February 19, 2015   Link
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    Song Fact“This song came about from a jam in a friend’s family Toorak mansion overlooking the Yarra River as the sun was setting in mid 2012. We’d been listening to a lot of house music at the time and the simplicity of the bass lines had inspired us to strip our jams right back. Zach Hamilton-Reeves (vocals) had already written virtually all the lyrics separately to something else he was working on and started singing them over the jam. When we played the demo to our manager, we introduced it jokingly proclaiming ‘here’s our next single’.

    The idea was to have a song that slowly builds and builds, much like a house/electro song would. We really liked the idea of repetition in the chorus to enhance the dance music influence and hopefully have a trancelike effect.”

    tonedeaf.com.au/404327/…
    60_miles_an_houron June 12, 2015   Link

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