At first we started young and so thrilled we could burst
We swore we'd rescue each other if things got worse
We dreaded the fall and felt the open road call, prayed that tape deck would work
A shared smile, a turn of the dial, the nights are just too short

Life starts to take you along for the ride
You tend to lose your control and stay home at night
That night we got the last call it changed us once and for all, stayed up reeling inside
200 miles, asleep on the tile, our lives are just too short

These are the places we've lived
These are the statements we give
These snapshots take it all in

On an elm-lined street
So much more than a team
We got the fight and the steam
So much more than a team
Cause we've always known

You stop, drop, blow it up, stop drop and throw it away
We'll never take ordinary
Stop drop, blow it up, stop drop and throw it away
There's nothing worse than ordinary

Cut to the cold of Duluth in the night
Searching for something that felt just right
We danced on tables till dawn, came close to finding our song, woke up convinced of our might
300 miles, asleep in a pile, the nights are just too short

We keep on fightin' the bilge and the deep
Stay up late and face life with half our teeth
So others move on but we're still keepin' on, living on much less sleep
A shared smile, a turn of the dial, our lives are just too short


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