'I'll kill you with my words, and I'll kill you with mine,' seems like a mere simple phrase but conjured in the world of 'If You're Young' and it's like a punch to the stomach, winded. 'Girl Parts' features a female contribution (it couldn't not really) from Brooklyn based Beast Make Bomb's singer Cici Gomez, who begins to tell Frontman, Ian Devaney where he stands. But he's not having any of it. It's not the first song to have an argument entwined, and it certainly won't be the last, but it's lovely to hear both sides of the story.
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