Album: Lights Out (2006)
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  • Lead vocalist Tim Pagnotta: "This was a song that started originally as a riff. The harmonic guitar sounds between the chord changes were originally there just help keep the timing during the performance. When I stopped playing it on an acoustic and started playing it on an electric I heard those harmonics as being a cool thing to fill in the spaces. This song was pieced together over time in sections. It was like putting a puzzle together."
  • Guitarist Marko 72 describes the theme of this song as "something about the idea of making huge changes in your life or in society, in hopes of finding something better." >>
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    Dan - Woodinville, WA, for above 2

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