You've always been far from East Coast USA.
Always wanted to see Europe, you'd say.
You gave them your vacation days but not enough time to plan out your tourism right.
They say the Seine looks nice this time of year.
Or the southern coast of Spain is good, I hear.
But you'd rather stick around here where the air is close to zero, flight will be much more convinient another night.

In the eyes of some, theres no need to leave, but you'll never know what you're missing.
When the office wall makes you want to heave, it should not take all my insisting.

On your block I thought maybe you'd be gone, not at your office or your girlfriend's but across the giant pond.
You said goodbye to Brooklyn even put the band on hold and told your friends a return was uncertain.
It's called dead end for a reason, and you know that its true.
That quarter-life crises only come to guys like you who play the cards their dealt never look whats up their sleeve and always run to dodge a rising curtain.


Its five o'clock so get up and flee.
Hail a taxi cab to JFK but don't tell me.
Pick an airline and just see where you end up, you'd better think fast.
I know you'll never do it so why do I even bother to ask?
It's a futile attempt but I'm gonna make it anyway
And I'm leaving today so you'll be better off.
Just go.

Lyrics submitted by VeganSlaughter

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