There is a road that I call all alone.
Hidden in my hometown all blackberry thorns that scowl.
One night as I walked I saw her comin' down
Rain started to fall and dark clouds surround all around.
No way no motherfucking change by my dying last breath
Will I let this girl walk past me again without at least
Extending a helping hand, let her know that I could be
Something that she could grab...

So I said eight years now we're the last ones out
And there's lighting and trees are falling down.
If we get lost I hope we'll never be found so we can drive around
The hills of our hometown.

For those of you who thought this was some cheesy love song you were right
Till I heard the things she said to a girl when I was gone
See Cale- and the thing with Marty is he thinks there's something but there
Really isn't haaaa shh. Say things like that behind my back you fucking bitch
I'm gonna say it once and never again fuck you
And hippy Earnie too I should shoot you both in the head and
Bury you down, down, down deep in the ground.

Up nineteenth street the old heat is blasting.
Through Hendricks park and then out into the valley.
We're showing up at every house part ythat we
Aren't invited to but always are crashing.

Eight years now we're the last ones out
And there's lightning and trees are falling down.
If we get lost I hope we'll never be found
So we can drive around the hills of our hometown.

Oh no did I just do what I think I did
I hope not but I wanna think that
We can't go back to the days when we would drive around
The hills of our hometown.

Eight years now we're the last ones out
And there's lightning and trees are falling down.
Eight years now we're the last ones out
And there's lightning and trees are falling down.
If we get lost I hope we'll never be found
So we can drive around the hills of our hometown.


Lyrics submitted by vynalseat

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