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1) Embrace was a short-lived post-hardcore band from Washington, D.C., often cited as pioneering the Revolution Summer movement and by extension indie pop/rock, from the summer of 1985 to the spring of 1986. The group was primarily noteworthy because of its well-known members, joining Ian MacKaye of Minor Threat and The Teen Idles with guitarist Michael Hampton, drummer Ivor Hanson, and bassist Chris Bald, all former members of the pioneering band Faith. Hampton had also played in S.O.A. with Henry Garfield (later known as Henry Rollins).
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- LyricsHoney, it's been a long time coming
And I can't stop now.
Such a long time running
And I can't stop now.
Do you hear my heart beating?
- LyricsI've waited and given the chance again
I'd do it all the same, but either way
I'm always outplayed, up on your down days
I left it the right way, to start again
Now watch me rise up and leave
- LyricsCome back to what you know
Take everything real slow
I wanna lose you but I can't let you go
Before you interfere
Let me make it loud and clear
- LyricsI feel like I meant something
You always say, you need more time
Well, I'll stay right here
And I'll wait for good until I find a love worth mine
Someday, you've got it coming
- LyricsWell sometimes I see an end disguised as a beginning
And sometimes I feel the force of the blow
And every day I take my toe and I dip it in the water
Every day it almost freezes me whole
It looks like I'm off the team, a survivor on the screen
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