I Welcome the Change

by Vanity Plate

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1.
It's not a matter of trying hard. If we knew what to do we'd do it. The adult world is convoluted. It's passion vs. practical solutions. So even though I'll miss you a lot And I'm not sure what to say. I hope you'll find something I haven't. I guess I'm ok either way. I'm so proud of you. And you don't have to do anything different than what you're doin. I'm so proud of you And you don't have to do anything different than what you're doin. Honoring our passion is hard. If that means moving by all means you should do it. We'll never know until we try Go ahead let them call you foolish. I think you're brave. It won't be the same. But I welcome the change. I think you're brave. Things will fall into place. No risk no gain.
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02:36
I've been looking around. All over town. Realizing you don't want to be found. You'll go your way I'll go mine. Hey man. It's fine. These days are getting longer. Nights feel shorter and you always used to wander but you don't have time anymore. The tide moves slow and on its own. The ebb and flow. Eventually we all do. And I should know how it goes. But I still call this home. You say there's nothing we can do. But we've got different points of view. Cause I'm swimming I'm drowning. I'm trying to run on just two hours of sleep and so much fun But not you. There's nothing to do.
3.
The things we think we know. About bad day's and hardships and not wanting to go home. Walking down Prince's St. Didn't mean much to me. Out of having the time of my life while you've been fighting for yours. And I'll be honest. I don't understand. Where the rhetoric begins and whose land is whose land. You shouldn't have to worry. You shouldn't have to think. Will today be the day. You shouldn't have to worry. You should have to fight. How privileged am I. Birthright and dumb luck. Have me complaining When I get too much ketchup in my bag. And it wasn't served fast enough to comply with my schedule And my day. Walking down Prince's St. Didn't mean much to me.
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01:49

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released October 21, 2015

Jazmine Schultz: Bass, Vocals
Zach Schultz: Guitar
Graham Thomas: Drums

Recorded October 2015 in Bismarck, ND on Blake Burbach's TASCAM 424 Portastudio 4-track cassette machine at Midwestern Biological Laboratories with additional tracks recorded at Makoché Studios.

Audio engineering, production, & album design by Graham Thomas.

Cera Pignet did the album art: www.facebook.com/CeraPignetWorks

All songs by Zach & Jazmine Schultz.

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Just your classic passion project between husband and wife and Connor and Momo.

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