Given that they didn't have a cliché beginning, Papas Fritas also avoided the cliché ending. The witch with the gingerbread house wasn't ego drama, or artistic differences, or bad behavior — just real life shaking them out of a college dream. "In hindsight, it was perfect," says Goddess. "I realize now that we were the kind of band that I love. We weren't perfect every night, but we were ourselves every night. We didn't always sing exactly in tune, but we always sang in our voices. We were a real band. We were the product of the three of us."
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