Standing On The Edge Of Summer

Album: Full Collapse (2001)
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  • Lead singer Geoff Rickly revealed to fans in a live performance (that can be found on Thursday's album Five Stories Falling) that the song is about a realization he had the last time he saw his grandmother, when she was dying. The song is about, in his words, "Realizing how young you are, but how quickly you can go." >>
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    Mike - Commack, NY

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