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To wake up and be here, means one more year
I've been longing for that road
And if it means that road be marked with what i fear, then i say "bring on the suffering"

But surely i'll be walking, and i sure as hell can't drive unless you
Come along for the ride
Leave it all behind, leave it all ruins
For all I care, for all we care

Don't look back just keep driving
Don't stop now just keep striving
Don't say, that we've seen better days
Cause we haven't seen a thing (we haven't seen a thing)

And at the break of day, in our case new (?)
We'll scale that open road
Cause here the hopeless strive, and all our dreams are shot out of the sky
But they won't die, if we

Don't look back just keep driving
Don't stop now just keep striving
Don't say, that we've seen better days
Cause we haven't seen a thing

Someday when we're just a myth in town, I want you to know
I want you to remember
That friends do last forever, last forever
So don't you ever change, no

Don't look back just keep driving
Don't stop now just keep striving
Don't say, that we've seen better days
Cause we haven't seen a thing

Doo doo do do do doo (yeah)
Doo doo do do do doo (we haven't seen a thing)
Doo doo do do do doo (yeaaa)
Doo doo do do do doo (yeaaah)


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    General CommentI know I got the "and at the break of day..." part wrong...I couldn't figure out what he was saying.
    lazuliazulon September 17, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI think it's "in our case noon"
    at least that's what it sounds like.. and it sort of makes sense.
    accidental messiahon March 01, 2007   Link
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    General CommentYes it is "and at the break of day... in our case noon" he's saying that they wake up at noon and that is when the day is starting for them
    scenicsolitudeon December 19, 2009   Link

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