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Coin - Run

Stand back and stand decline
With your face to the ground
Love, the matter never seen to push you in
Call the time of vision, van the leash
Tell them all to grab another arm to twist this time
And if you think I'll let your mind commit
Well you wanna fool me but you don't really know

Something tells me that you're never gonna stop to do what you want
Don't you tell me
That you never really thought,
Maybe we can run,
Maybe we can run,
Maybe we can run

Hey Set the house on fire
With bums in your eyes
Well the matter never seem to make you afraid
If you come only in Los Angeles
Find another naive on the
And if you're thinking that you'd like to quit
That's fine, you never wanted it anyway

Something tells me that you're never gonna stop to do what you want
Don't you tell me
That you never really thought,
Maybe we can run,
Maybe we can run,
Maybe we can run

Oh, don't stop, don't stop
We'll never get closer
Roll down, roll down
Shoulder to shoulder

Something tells me that you're never gonna stop to do what you want
Don't you tell me
That you never really thought,
Maybe we can run,
Maybe we can run,
Maybe we can run

“Run” is the lead single from COIN’s self-titled debut album. The official music video was released in March of 2017, which depicts the members of the band in perilous situations. According to lead singer Chase Lawrence, most of the stunts were real. "‘Run’ was a song that taught us how to better engage our listeners and in turn, provide a specific energy to the shows. When the song came out, we were opening for a lot of bands and it was also the first song that was being played on the radio. There was a sort of “prove yourself” element in the live show at this time that we still play with today. We didn’t have a loud, singalong type song that forced us to play to the front of the room and to the back of the room at the same time before ‘Run.’ Because it preceded ‘Talk Too Much,’ it inspired us to write even ‘louder’ songs for people to sing with us. It taught us how to write and play with the voices of the crowd in mind." —COIN (via Ones To Watch)

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