Album: The Autumn Effect (2005)


  • This song is about 10 Years' move to Los Angeles to record their debut album, and lead singer Jesse Hasek's observation that people in L.A. drive cars more expensive than some homes in their Tennessee hometown. >>
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    Dillon - Siletz, OR

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  • Greg from Flower Mound, TxI think this song is about when 10 years was gaining poularity. They were still down to earth and the world's superficial, cruel, dog-eat-dog, every man for himself outlook was appauling and although driven to become succesful they did not want to end up like that
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