Say good night before the parking lot is vacant
Headlights at the crossroads, illuminating barren pathways
And you wish the passenger seat was occupied
So you'd have the motive to turn this car around

Don't hit the brakes
It's not worth it
Smash your rear-view mirror
No one's calling your name

Roll down the windows, invite in the numbing winds
Crank the knob to A/C; you're searching for sympathy, but it's not on the map
Your insurance has given up on you long ago
And you pretend that your companions are merely apparations

Don't hit the brakes
It's not worth it
Smash your rear-view mirror
No one's calling your name

Regardless of what I say
Despite my frustration
I can't suppress a smile
At the sight of you beaming
And this is what I loathe
Yeah, this is what I loathe
I'll take this chance to say good night

Good night, good night, good rest of your life


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Long Drive song meanings
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