"Don't Look Down" as written by and J. Ryan....
Son, what you don’t understand
my words might never explain
so I am hoping that time will

Things may not go as you planned
Dark clouds might bring you pain
but I will be in your heart still

Telling you
Don’t look down
Don’t feast your eyes on the things that are the ground
And if it gets hard to focus
when you’re traveling almost at the speed of sound
feeling nowhere bound

Remember what I told you
and don’t you dare look down
Don’t look down, no

No father wants his son
to repeat the wrongs his dad has done
I want you to get it right child

I won’t always be here for you
so to yourself always be true
and if you get lost
use your inner light child

Shine it
and don’t look down
Don’t feast your eyes on the things that are on the ground
and if it gets hard to focus when you’re traveling almost at the speed of sound
feeling nowhere bound

Almost out of control
Hold onto what’s in your soul
because something lives within
that you can count on when
there is no hand to hold
and the world seems dark and cold
Remember what I told you
and don’t you dare look down

Don’t you dare look down
Don’t you dare look down
Don’t you dare look down
Traveling almost at the speed of sound
Don’t look down
Don’t you dare look down
Don’t you look down
Don’t you dare look down
When you’re traveling almost at the speed of sound



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    General Commentthis song is on biker boys and has so many meening
    tallonlordon February 09, 2007   Link
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    General CommentOMG i love this song, his voice is amazing<3
    xoWhiteNoiseon January 16, 2009   Link
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    General CommentThe line "burn rubber and not your soul" was made for the movie. The original lyric is "hold on to what's in your soul." I can't believe no one knows this
    juggaloghostblon October 29, 2013   Link

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