All We Got

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  • This mostly acoustic cut finds Mineo debating whether success in the music industry is worth the all trouble. He questions:

    "Can you tell?
    I've been so affected by this industry
    Numbers and CD sales
    What the heck has gotten into me."

    "I'm talking about the emptiness of success," Mineo explained to MTV News. "Money, status, fame, selling out concerts; I'm doing all that stuff... But that stuff doesn't bring ultimate satisfaction. I'm discovering that."
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