"From The Back Of The Film" as written by and Joel Plaskett....
From the back of the film
He said, "Shut up or I'll shoot you"
You look so good with a gun
But your hat doesn't suit you
If I were fearless, I'd take a bullet
And impress my friends
But who's impressed when I get so depressed?
I'm alone at the cinema again

When I was 17
I took a trip with my family
We drove around in a van
We spent some time in some cities
Went to Seattle, the Rocky Mountains
And the Potato State
But how do you feel when you're behind the wheel
And a swerve can control your fate?

Fate is all I've got
Someday I will get caught
I'm overcome with fear
I can no longer steer
Should you want to stick around
You know where I am found

From the back of the film
He said, "Shut up or I'll shoot you"
You look so good with a gun
But your hat doesn't suit you
If I were fearless, I'd take a bullet
And impress my friends
But who's impressed when I get so depressed?
I'm alone at the cinema again


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"From the Back of the Film" as written by Joel Plaskett

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