"On The Run" as written by Caleb D Pepp, Alida Jo Marroni, Kevin Thomas Snider, Nicholas Dustin Coleman, Alan Scott Goffinski and Cody Edward Josephson....
I grew up on the run
I guess that you can say
I am my father's son

I'm haunted every day
By the choices I have made
And that's something
I couldn't say to just anyone

Spent my best years on the road
Done my share of rambling
Think I'll head back to my home

But no where ever seems
Like it's the only place for me
So as much as I don't wanna be alone
I gotta leave

Sometimes you gotta hurt to feel okay
Sometimes you gotta run
To make your problems go away

No one ever taught me
What I really need to know
Like how to love some one
And let em' go

Let em' go, let em' go
How can you really love someone
And let em' go?


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"On the Run" as written by Alan Scott Goffinski Nicholas Dustin Coleman

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    General Commentthis song is really short and sad. its packed with emotion and honesty.

    i like the video too, that 1997 posted in a blog on their myspace. it's supposed to be like a "companion piece" to their next video which is for One Track Mind, Four Track Heart. i can't wait to see that one too.

    this band has really progressed and captured me with their new album. i was really sketchy about it at first but im so in love and can't stop playing it.
    canvaswingson June 05, 2008   Link

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