"Quarter To Three" as written by and Paul Youdell Nathan Charles Hudson....
This is the way we go
You have the light, I have the hands
This is the way we go
You had the night, I had a plan
This is the way we go

Late last night, quarter to three
Head outside, fight where we can breathe
The car won’t start, you said it was a breeze
The kids and their cars, it’s closer to three

I remember a car aged seven, half asleep
I remember your light, your music in a dream
The radio on as the other kids scream
I hate last night, quarter to three

This is the way we go
You have the light, I have the hands
This is the way we go
You had the night, I had a plan
This is the way we go
You get it right, I understand
That this is the way we go
You have the light, I have the hands
And this is the way we go

I remember a car aged seven, half asleep
I remember your light, your music in a dream
The radio on as the other kids scream
I hate last night, quarter to three

This is the way we go
You have the light, I have the hands
This is the way we go
You had the night, I had a plan
This is the way we go
You get it right, I understand
That this is the way we go
You have the light, I have the hands

And this is the way we go
This is the way we go
This is the way we go



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    General Comment"this is the way we go..........."
    no comments!? this song rocks. faker are a hot as australian band. get on board. aussie pride
    alex_kon March 25, 2006   Link
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    General Comment"Quarter to three is about pretending your asleep on a long car ride with people arguing, over you maybe, but you can hear the radio and you wrap yourself up in that"-Nathan Hudson (the singer guy)
    TaintedGloveon May 01, 2006   Link
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    General Commentfucken their best song in my oppinion!

    australia
    MassToolfanon June 23, 2008   Link

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