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"Far away from any road,
Froze my heart in solitude,
Where your passerby can see,
Our life's highway guard within,
Knowing when our last does fail,
Our compassion shall be met,
Our life's highway guard within."

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    Mar 5th, 2012 3:47pm report

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    Jun 20th, 2011 6:57am report

    The song “Vices” was written by Lacey on bass guitar and fell together the way it sounded in his head (spin.com). The song has is 3:24 and the first 1:24 of it is a part of “On Life’s Highway.” The song has a “nature-y, strange kind of chord progression” and is probably about the need for people to understand that the band itself cannot be held by “vices” in such a way that they continue to “brandish [their] disguises” for the sake of the fans. The song is a personal lament about the interest people have in their music, and the “goal to make the band happy and to fulfill the ideas the band is interested in” (spin.com).

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