"Souvenir" as written by and Stephanie Ashworth Clint Hyndman....
This morning pressed itself into my eyes
With so much nameless light I couldn't catch if I tried
And every device, every device I had I used
But it's no use, the distance will get the better of me again

'Cause every street's got somewhere to take me
And every stranger's got something to tell me
I'll take it, or leave it if I don't need it
And I won't take any souvenirs

Broken lines, broken lines direct us,
And highway signs bless us
And I can't wait to get lost, get outta here
It's all money over mind over matter over miles
And nothing, nothing here

The faces so convincing
They'd make you believe, make you believe in nothing
No, I can't see it and I won't be it
And I won't take any, won't take any souvenirs

I can't wait
I can't wait
I can't wait
I can't wait

'Cause every street's got somewhere to take me
And every stranger's got something to tell me
I'll take it, or leave it if I don't need it
And I won't take any
No I won't take any
No I won't take any
Won't take any souvenirs


Lyrics submitted by chocol8_k8

"Souvenir" as written by Paul Anthony Dempsey Stephanie Ashworth

Lyrics © O/B/O APRA AMCOS, Universal Music Publishing Group, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC

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    General Commentto me this song is about getting away from a situation u dont like and not letting it effect you
    mechmechmechon October 21, 2004   Link

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