in a sleep i see a scene
a sea of comfort and serene
we’re walking through some fields of glass
up to our waist into our past
watch the road girl you are driving
you’ll probably kill us both
or drop me off there at the corner
it’s better if we don’t

but you are the fortunate one in this song
you are the fortunate one so wake up, wake up

we should make a holiday cause we probably seen it all
and if my name is dead weight
it’s been carried on too far

up came the windy night
don’t ask me about the cold ones
cause i was saving up my stares
and bouncing them off no one
so turn your head girl you are driving
you’ll probably kill us both
or drop me off there at the corner
it’s better if we don’t

you are the fortunate one in this song
you are the fortunate one in this song
you are the fortunate one
so wake up
or leave


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