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Falling in Reverse: It's Over When It's Over Meaning


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I've got my life laid out in front of me like roads drawn on a map.
I've had so many times where I slipped off the beaten path.
I took the time to see the picture and for what it's worth.
I'd walk a thousand miles without my shoes to make it...


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    Apr 13th, 4:25pm report

    Don't know how I forgot this same commenter as the last. He's basically letting Craig know that he'll never be as good as him. Letting him know that the band died when he left. No point in trying to live in his shadow by keeping his old band alive.


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    Apr 13th, 4:17pm report

    I think this song Is more directed towards Craig when he was in ETF. basically telling Craig to leave the band because it's already dead. Funny thing because only a few years after this song Craig went back to blessthefall and escape the fate died.


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    Jan 19th, 2018 1:36pm report

    Person telling their pass goodby. Trying to push someone forward to accept it's over to move on.


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    May 8th, 2017 5:03am report

    Ronnie Radke, is basically saying "screw you" to ETF, and is giving them the middle finger in musical terms.

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