"Southbound" as written by and Julie Gold....
Because it's a line you didn't want to cross,
Now you're a run-on sentence.
Championing your lost cause
To anyone who will listen, man,
And it's getting hard to stop.
You dropped the line, yeah, you made the call.

Because your low-rent soul is lost;
And any noise you can make now just might prove
It's what you meant to do - but would you do it again?

It's what you meant to do - but would you do it again?

Because it's a line you didn't want to cross,
Now you're a run-on sentence.
Championing your lost cause to anyone who will listen, man,
And it's getting hard to stop.
You dropped the line, yeah, you made the call.

Because your low-rent soul is lost;
And any noise you can make now just might prove
It's what you meant to do - but would you do it again?

It's what you meant to do - but would you do it again?

Would you do it again?
Would you do it again?
Because it's a line you didn't want to cross, would you do it again? (x3)

It's a line you didn't want to cross,
Cause any noise you can make now just might prove
It's what you meant to do - but would you do it again?

It's what you meant to do - but would you do it again?


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"Southbound" as written by Julie Gold

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