This is not a test. And it’s not too late to come clean, Get it off your chest. So steady your hand before your face and concentrate. There’s got to be some stable ground left to walk on.
So tear another page from the book. Are you asleep or just alone? Clear this room from your lungs.
Pull yourself together.
On your back, You’re sleeping in a bed of shame. Let the light breathe some new life into this room, It’s what keeps you coming back. Made up of insatiable taste, Bury your head in your hands, And sing into yourself.
Just what are you so afraid of? You’re staring truth in the face, So come on down. What are you so afraid of?
You’re busy living now, aren’t you? You’re busy making vows. You’re coming unglued.
Time is shorter than you know. I know the light is blinding to the naked eye. So why don’t you take steps away from being alone? I swear, it’s not too late for you.
'Hey guys, Firstly I would like to thank you for playing at Saturdays event, National Youth Week is important to celebrate and I feel that we provided a diverse range of acts for the youth of Brimbank to enjoy. Unfortunatley I feel obligated to send you this email as I am extremely disapointed with the overall behaviour and demeanour presented on Saturday night. As you should be well aware FReeZA gigs are Drug, ALCOHOL and SMOKE FREE events and members of your band lacked respect and broke these rules to the point were I had to advise them stop several times. Above this the event was intentionally slandered on a Public Facebook page. I found this extremely unprofessional and extremely irresponsible for a band that intends to make it anywhere in the music industry.’