Better times and better days
When the sun sets over the interstate
Drinking beer and whiskey
On that summer night last year
Get your feet wet
Feel the pressure on your skin
This river tries to take you down

I can’t say I never noticed
When the map was off
But I still found my way

To the city that’s on the horizon
To the city were headed to
To the lights that shine and
Burn on through the night

To good times
To good friends
When all of the ones we love
Are the ones we’ve left behind
The wrong foot
The wrong note
The better step to take
The beating hearts
And beating time tonight

I can’t say I never noticed
When the map was off
But I still found my way

To the city that’s on the horizon
To the city were headed to
To the lights that shine and
Burn on through the night

To the city that’s on the horizon
To the city were headed to
To the lights that shine and
Burn on through the night

Get your feet wet
Feel the pressure on your skin
This river tries to take you down

I can’t say I never noticed
When the map was off
But I still found my way

To the city that’s on the horizon
To the city were headed to
To the lights that shine and
Burn on through the night

To the city that’s on the horizon
To the city were headed to
To the lights that shine and
Burn on through the night



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Weather Machine song meanings
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    General CommentI found this song on my bonus disk for Chemical romance's "I brought you my bullets, You brought me your love" I havent really put to thought what it means yet
    Chemrmnce123on February 25, 2007   Link
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    General Commentonly 1 comment? This band is amazing! Screw Emo, these guys are visionaries. These guys are the new Beatles. By the way this song is about going on tour.
    dhawkon January 01, 2008   Link

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