Junior High

Story Behind The Song

They say the most quickly forgotten years of anyone's life are the early teen years, probably because we'd all prefer not to dwell. Dwelling's my job, however ....

Song Description

Up-tempo semi-latin feel, complete with cheerleader handclaps in the chorus

Song Length 3:14 Genre Rock - General, Rock - Modern
Tempo Medium Fast (131 - 150) Lead Vocal Male Vocal
Language English Era 2000 and later

Lyrics

We coin a metaphor
We shift to underscore
We've lost the dinosuars and it's still a mystery
Geography is place
Geometry is space
And if we fall from grace, then we might be History

Everything I know now I learned in Junior High
Let me remind you
So glad we made it out alive
Don't look behind you

A square's a trapezoid
A loner gets destroyed
The devils you avoid are the ones that chase you
It's curtains to be shy
Be certain to apply
To any tribe who looks like they might embrace you

Everything I know now I learned in Junior High
Let me remind you
So glad we made it out alive
Don't look behind you

Carved my initials in these walls
Still feel the loneliness that echoed down these halls

Day after day .......

We sail a darkling sea
Annoy authority
There's ecstacy and anarchy in the courtyard
The world is on our case
And half of what we face
Will never leave a trace on the old report card

Everything I know now I learned in Junior High
Let me reming you
So glad we made it out alive
Don't look behind you

How 'bout those days in Junior High?
Let me remind you
So glad we made it out alive

Don't look behind you
Don't look behind you
Don't look behind you ......

Lyrics Philip James Fox Music Philip James Fox
Producer Scott Watkins Publisher Philip James Fox
Performance Philip James Fox
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