The Push​-​Back is Missing

by Education Reform

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From a picture next to the bed, you smile at me. A dust layer cover the glass so that you are always caught in a you-sized squall. We don’t worry about the spaceship. We are the space, we are the ship. We celebrate forewarnings with tea on the crest of a wave. When Pieces fall, they drop quickly away from us. We struggle to watch their arcs, and feel the beginning of our descendants’ spacevoid eyes. We don’t worry about the spaceship. We are the space, we are the ship. We celebrate forewarnings with tea on the crest of a wave. The last day, cloudy rainbows end in a low chemical fog. It’s an electric position, the rudder slips. This is how lovers end up in places like the Tenth Nebuloid. An involuntary breath, the appeal of endless vapor trails. Neighbor ladies who wear housecoats, a dirty window with a dog looking through it.
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People 05:42
Sometimes I want to throw away this same old shit but then again I get dragged back into the thick of it. (x3) People who continue to do what they've always done Will continue to get what they've always gotten Some will rise, some will fall Some will drag you down, down Those who are, close to us Clutch at our well-being Once, my brother fell Into a well of himself The well ran deep From our mother and our father Splash caused a rippling wave To cast itself over the edge Of my brother's flickering flame Inside him wavering People who continue to do what they've always done Will continue to get what they've always gotten The sun will set, the sun will rise And shine itself on our intentions We'll find each other soon, And move along This timeline. Some of us are in our safety zones Holding on to what we know: our ego
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in sequence shake petals, stamen. Mother’s own Fruitlands of the mind, a pebble labyrinth to trace. Across the river my dreams laugh and smile. I’m talking up a storm. I am in your kitchen but you don’t know where. Hint: I am in your bread. Wonder loves reasons, slept through things. Unplanned details: dents, socks hooked on a nail. Generate beliefs in a hurry. I believe in the ice cream lines of my penmanship paper. The thrill of the chalk in the pocket. Happy whales and their destinations. How well we let ourselves be trained is only a reflection of how much we love our master.
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Are you aware of Upton Sinclaire? grievances shared, let us breathe fresh air the ILO is now just a century old senate seats sold, so society folds Is it true what we've been told by these men in their shiny blue coats? Corporate locals trying to infiltrate our minds' controlled could this truly be our fate? I don't care for the things that you choose little to fair for, the things you do In the right hand, you stand can't you see where we loose? Sing along kids, you know the part Forget about art class it's about to get dark If we don't stand up for our creative rights east vs. west will clearly win this fight Seal your lips while they pull your strings pocket change for us corporate kings The elite compete to defeat main street Beyond reprimand, so now we fill grand strands Must we end collective bargaining? Wisconsin is the key, my friends, you see Raise your voice in solidarity I don't care for the things that you choose little to fair for, the things you do In the right hand, you stand can't you see where we loose? M.L.K. gave his days, paved our ways Great lake states rue your bait, now aim straight do not wait, demonstrate reap your fate Now

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released March 27, 2013

music by: Aaron Kruziki and Ian Hersey
produced by: Ian Hersey and Aaron Kruziki
lyrics by: Lesley Wheeler, Aaron Kruziki and Jon Wert

vocals, keys and woodwinds: Aaron Kruziki
bass: Zach Lane
guitar: Travis Reuter
drums: Jon Wert
euphonium: Adam Dotson
trumpet: Andrew McGovern

engineered by: Ian Hersey and Shaun Sutkus
mastered by: Kevin Blackler
artwork by: Kelly Chilton

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