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This song is an encouragement for anyone battling addiction or just any mountain-sized problem. It's hard to want to turn around and really change. When you do, most of the time there will be people to pull you right back down to their level. But with God it is more than possible, and when you finally get over the mountain, He has the power to sustain you.
-Dave

This here's a little ditty about a boy and a girl, and how love can get through even terrible things when two people are committed to each other and to getting through whatever comes there way. It may be a rare thing in our society, but it still happens all the time.
On a side note, I'm still very jealous of two lyrics that have been written for this band by other members. The first lyric was "Between the light and the dark is a comfortable grey," by none other than ol' Seth in our song "Part One" from CTFOF. The second was written by Dave and is in this song, "We're taking our chances, like scar-crossed lovers."
Scar-crossed lovers. Genius.
-Matt

lyrics

You're such a pretty mess, girl
When you let your guard down.
There's no one to impress, love,
let the nightmare fade out.

'Cause i'm not gonna leave you now,
as if i ever could somehow.
We're staring in the face of doubt, but
together we can hold our ground.
We gotta hold our ground.
Hold on to me now.

We're just boy meets girl
painting sunsets on top of the world.
The sky could fall, in spite of it all
we'll be the ones who are still standing.

We're taking our chances,
like scar-crossed lovers.
We don't need all the answers,
when we've got each other.
So when they try to pull you down,
even if you've turned around;
You gotta let your song resound
for the people that have fallen down.
You gotta sing it out;
Sing it out now!

We're just boy meets girl
painting sunsets on top of the world.
The sky could fall, in spite of it all
we'll be the ones who are still standing.
I see the look in your eyes,
and our heartbeats begin to align.
our dreams could fall, in spite of it all,
we'll be the ones who are still standing.

You gotta sing it out!
Hold on to me now!
Sing it out, sing it out.

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from Something Like Fiction: The Lost Album​(​s), released January 15, 2013
2011 Dave Stovall, Matt Lott, Seth Farmer, & Teddy Boldt

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Wavorly Nashville, Tennessee

Forming in late 2006 and disbanding in late 2012, Wavorly was an alternative/pop/rock band based out of Nashville, TN.

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