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Album: Best Intentions (2011)
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Songfacts®:

  • This was released as the lead single from Best Intentions, the first full length studio album by American Pop-Punk band We Are the In Crowd.
  • Vocalist Tay Jardine told Kerrang! magazine: "The lyrics to this song are really important to me, because they remind me to take the high road, and to not let a little gossip get to me. Sometimes I even find myself revisiting the state of mind I was when I wrote them, and they mean more. When people tell me that these lyrics mean something to them, I feel a sense of company."

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