Album: Tidal Wave (2016)

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  • Vocalist Adam Lazzara explained the song's meaning to Radio.com:

    "With that one, I think it's kind of social commentary and looking at the world around you and just being confused by it. It like, things shouldn't be this hard for me to understand right now. And I don't know about you but that's a lot of what my inner dialog is. This kind of manic - everything makes perfect sense - oh my God I don't understand anything. Oh my God, what am I doing with my life. Those kind of opposite feelings."

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