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Started off a long time ago,
Down and out not feeling so good About the way things would go
But I went with it all so slow
Couldn’t help but to feel so fine
All the times I went passed that line
Told myself that was the last time
But I find myself right back in line
Hate to say I can’t find no
Peace of self that will let it go
But if I find out what it means to me
It’s the secret to being drowned

Go ahead and tell’em I’m fine
You fooled me once
I can’t wait till it’s over
Oh what a mild high
Disappointed its over

So I just tried to find a way
To see the best in myself at play
But in the back of my thoughts I’d say
I can shift my mind, but not today
Couldn’t help my eyes to see
how to reclaim my dignity
Step back and try to see
That you need to go back
to who you used to be
But still I can’t find no
Peace of self that will let it go
Please help me find out what it means to me so
Impulses don’t run me aground

Go ahead and tell ’em I’m fine
You fooled me twice
I can’t wait till I’m older
Oh what a mild high
Dissapointed It’s Over
And show’em

I’m fine

Snake eyes and it’s over


from Give In to The Machine, released July 22, 2016



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Southern Cities Knoxville, Tennessee

Southern Cities is the songwriting collaboration of Matt Montgomery, Luke Brogden and Andrew Turner. The songs reflect the group's influences, from roots to rock, jazz and psychedelia; and chronicles their coming of age experiences across the cities of the modern South. ... more

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