"Somewhere In The Swamps Of Jersey" as written by Scot Golley, Daniel Benjamin Yemin, David J Palaitis, Ari Zev Katz and Peter M Martin....
I keep on laughing and you're keeping track and tonight I'll go back to the place I first knew that I'd wait for you always on streets and in doorways where engines they die near the northeastern line and you mentioned a record that reminded me of a week that you couldn't get things out of your head I'm truly sorry I missed that night it could have been the best time but it's just timing she showed up unexpected and I the train into town I put my collar down and pushed through the door but if it's smiles you want talk to the kid with the boy eyes and wake up dreaming next to him

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"Somewhere in the Swamps of Jersey" as written by Daniel Benjamin Yemin Ari Zev Katz

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    General Commentthis song means everything to me. it's so pop. i love the melodies and harmonies.
    akira_256on December 29, 2005   Link
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    xperronexon June 16, 2006   Link
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    General Commentholy shit one of the greatest songs and sounds ive ever heard. "where engines they die" I think he got that from the ghost in you bythe pscychedlelic furs which is also a great song, but holy shit one of the greatest songs for sure.
    newwave1111on July 13, 2006   Link
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    General Commentjust an incredible song.
    capricanon February 05, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI'd wait for you always
    on streets and in doorways
    where engines they die near the northeaster line

    simply beautiful, magical words. Great song. I love the end, too, where the guitar cuts out leaving bass and drums. First time you hear it you think it's a bridge, but the song just stops, leaving you helpless.
    Dory_Previnon November 25, 2007   Link

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