Your Name Doesn't Fit You Anymore

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I’m a messiah of that which does not last.
Never thought such a small thing could break me in half.
I’m sick and tired of always being missed;
A lost pariah of suppressed existence.

Now when I look at your picture,
Your name just don’t fit you anymore.
Ripped apart at the suture.
Your name just don’t suit you anymore.

I’m not a lead role; at the best a subplot,
A requisite extra to some demigod.
In gilded fashion, she promised a bloodbath.
All I got was a bullet in text format.

Now when I look at your picture,
Your name just don’t fit you anymore.
Ripped apart at the suture.
Your name just don’t suit you anymore.

Now when I look at your picture,
Your name just don’t fit you anymore.
Ripped apart at the suture.
Your name just don’t suit you anymore.

credits

from My Nothing, released June 12, 2010
All lyrics by J. Straube
All music by Post Adolescence
Produced by Post Adolescence and Mark Clem
Recorded at London Bridge Studios and Soul Kitchen Studios
Mixed at Soul Kitchen Studios by Mark Clem
Mastered by Barry Corliss at Master Works, Seattle WA
Album artwork and design by Ryan Dunleavy
Photo by Chris Woods
Text edited by Amber Bird

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Post Adolescence Seattle, Washington

Drawing from 80s post-punk sounds of the Buzzcocks, Placebo, and Manic Street Preachers, Post Adolescence and their album “My Nothing” demonstrate a British Post-Punk-Glam sound that belongs only to them. These pure pop sounds find the “young and angry” pleasure center for which all of us lust. In the truest sense, they are at the leading edge of the next wave of the post-modern rock movement. ... more

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