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Parents need to know that that Coexist is a generally clean album, containing no graphic language or allusions to sex, substances, or violence. While the subject matter can be a bit melancholy and brooding at times ("I saw you again, it felt like we had never met / It's like the sun set in your eyes and never wanted to rise"), the record is an OK pick for older tweens and teens.
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