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one hundred years from now, what will be left of the homes we grew up in? / just foundations crumbling and walls falling to the ground / but our legs, our knees, and our feet are stronger than concrete / stronger than anything that shakes the ground beneath them / you came to town / you were singing about making a family wherever you can find one / and i felt so strongly that i wanted to be your family / well i hope we can be one / growing up could be so lonely / we still had to do so much growing / we lost a friend / it makes me happy to know that his family stretched across forty-eight states / and we will not forget him / 'cause our legs and our knees / our feet and our heartbeats are stronger than concrete / stronger than anything that shakes them / growing up could be so painful / for you my friend, i am so grateful / you taught me to live free from fear / and that i've got good family here / and that when i am old and i'm ready to go / my house will fall down but my feet will stay planted firmly on the ground

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from New Teeth, released July 21, 2015

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High Dive Bloomington, Indiana

High Dive is a queer-positive pop-punk band from Bloomington, Indiana. We are Toby Foster, Nick Romy, Ryan Woods, Richard Wehrenberg Jr., and Ginger Alford.

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