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Pretty boring imo

You ain't never lie.

 

Love this band but that song is booooooooooooooring.

Pity they dont skydive without a parachute :lol:

 

Or rather a motherfucking parachute ;)

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Not bad I guess.

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I like it. It's not amazing, but it's good. Did I see a band photo with four dudes? Weren't there five? Did one dude leave?

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The band said of the song, “We wanted to release a little bit different new single than a kick-ass super fast rock song with sh*tloads of shredding. Even thou we got the screaming guitar leads and bigger than life chorus on the new single, ‘Skydiving Without a Parachute,’ we slowed the tempo down a bit and played some beautiful chords and lovely notes for you with acoustic guitar and piano. Lyrics are about how life feels when you don’t know where you’re going, what’s gonna happen next, or what you’re supposed to feel when you’re livin’ on the edge all the time. In that moment it feels like you’re skydiving without a parachute.”

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Pretty boring imo

You ain't never lie.

 

Love this band but that song is booooooooooooooring.

Pity they dont skydive without a parachute :lol:

 

Or rather a motherfucking parachute ;)

 

 

I see what you did there. :lol::rofl2:

 

Well done.

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