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Oh little baby, what can we do? This world was poisoned before we knew. But there's an antidote, though it wears off, some see a fairy, some see a moth. Oh there is magic inside your thumbs, just add persistence and it becomes your one good reason, your go-to move, your most convincing, nothing to prove. And all these guardians were once like you, all their guidance is see-through. Oh little baby, what can we say? This world means business, but that's okay. Keep your eyes wide open and hold on tight, we don't have answers, but you might. And all these guardians were once like you, all this guidance is see-through.


from Sesame Streetcar Named Disaster, released May 10, 2013



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Milk Carton Superstars Orlando, Florida

Milk Carton Superstars make songs out of guitars, drums and some reasonable words. Later Never Now is their new album.
The band formed in 2007 when old friends Guy Larmay (guitars, bass) and Jim Myers (vocals, drums) began writing songs together again for the first time. Based in Orlando, they're often joined on stage by bassist Jeff Boyce and in the studio by producer Justin Beckler.
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