"65 Factory Outlets" as written by and Darrell Hyde Nathan Gray....
I won't lay my dreams on your alter of sacrifice Take it The lies that you hold dear No longer affect me As your life is bought and sold I'll sit back and laugh at your... Burning... Draining... Dying... world. Dried out killed overused Drained of all that you give Don't expect another contender to be the object of this abuse I've given up on the dying It never gave me your peace Smile big sit straight now Let go of all your dreams (bleed yourself dry boy) You've made your decision, I've made mine So you can save your breath Selling me on your death Choose your own death You're already dead

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"65 Factory Outlets" as written by Darrell Hyde Chad Istvan


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    General CommentSeems to me that this song is about the people who wanted the writer to abandon his crazy dream of being in a band and go get a "real" job in the "real" world. This is his response to thier wishes.
    Rjg237on June 05, 2006   Link

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