"Drive Blind" as written by Andy Bell, Lawrence Colbert, Mark Gardener and Steve Queralt....
Can't see the lights or the blue orange signs
Can't see the road or the long white lines
Feeling the ground through the pedals in the floor
Feeling death pounding at the door
Windows all open, chaos in my hair
Driving me 'round and leaving me there
Cover my eyes and we'll die driving blind
Cover my trail and we'll leave life behind
Drive blind
All at once, too much light
Captured and frozen, hear no sound
Bright flashes penetrate
Glowing, flowing, lifting off the ground

Lyrics submitted by svefnpoki

"Drive Blind" as written by Laurence John Colbert Andy Bell

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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    General CommentI agree with the above! Good old head-banging, grungy teen angst song! And oh man, what a song! I'm a teenager of the current times, and never thought I'd be dwelling into the music genres of the late 80s / 90s! But wow, I can't stop listening to this song! Looove it.
    MedicatedDramaQueenon July 04, 2008   Link
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    General CommentAh, teenage angst doesn't get much better than this! Let's write a song about committing suicide in a nice, messy road accident. Not sure whether the last line refers to hitting oncoming traffic and being flipped into the air (explaining the 'too much light') or driving off a cliff (light reflecting from warning signs and barriers before they smash through?).

    I thought this was deep and meaningful when I was a teenager. Now I think it's silly, but it's still a corking track.
    atroposon October 05, 2007   Link

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