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Endeavor's second album is more muscular and aggressive than their debut; it also spotlights the group's TV-influenced sense of humor on tracks like "Skippy Loves Mallory" and "Luke Perry Wears Sweatpants.
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This song is by Endeavor and appears on the album Constructive Semantics (1997). It looks okay from here on in. I'm sure that I've seen the worst of what I'm willing to tolerate with myself. The lowest standards that served as the doctrine of my life have been burned down. I've purged myself from a wandering mind. It didn't happen overnight, I'll tell you that. I could tell the kids I could have all about how it was when Daddy was a boy, but I'm not sure what I'll wind up saying
Album: Constructive Semantics. Tomorrow has come and no sun shines. Graven images, dreaded morn. More Albums from Endeavor. Don't Die With Your Eyes Closed, 1992-1998. Constructive Semantics. You Go to My Head-110. SongMeanings is a place for discussion and discovery.
|A3||Kiss Of The Spiderwoman|
|B2||Beard And Wifebeater|
|B3||Skippy Loves Malory|
|B5||Luke Perry Wears Sweatpants|
|B6||Appendix To A Dating Handbook|
|TK12||Endeavor||Constructive Semantics (LP, Album, Gra)||Trustkill Records||TK12||US||1997|
|TK12||Endeavor||Constructive Semantics (CD, Album)||Trustkill Records||TK12||US||1997|
|TK12||Endeavor||Constructive Semantics (LP, Album, Whi)||Trustkill Records||TK12||US||1997|