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THE LIVING EARENDUR

"...Those Words are not Enough..."

Goodbye for now.

The post title today taken from the P.O.D new album, the first single. I'm listening to their TESTIFY album now.



Yes. I'm a fan of P.O.D. Compared to their previous Satellite and Payable On Death albums.. what i can say, it's a return to the rapcore and reggae elements. The trademark of the band's ealier career.

Goodbye For Now,
Goodbye For Now, so long,
Goodbye For Now,
I'm not the type who says I told you so,
Goodbye For Now, so long,
I think the hardest part about holding on is letting it go,
When will we sing a new song, a new song.


Come and join me listening. :D
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