With a pocket of luck
I made it out to Greenville
Where I married that big American sky
While all my cynical friends
Have been camped out in the suburbs
I’ve been running around
Living a ramblin’ man’s life

From a bar stool
I was shouting out bible verses
To a ghost who’d been following me for awhile
And I couldn’t find the energy I needed
To make myself smile

These headlights are just a pair of eyes
That only open at night
To see the darker side
And these dead end streets
Only lead to dead end things
My heart’s drenched in gasoline
Don’t light a spark in me

I woke up to feel the dirt
I swear for a second I could feel a heartbeat in the earth
And the stars burned like cigarettes
And danced like ashes over my head
I couldn’t even say a word

From a parking lot
I was fighting with the shadows
And trying to run away from my own
No matter how many songs I write
He’s never going to leave me alone

These headlights are just a pair of eyes
That only open at night
To see the darker side
And these dead end streets
Only lead to dead end things
My heart’s drenched in gasoline
Don’t light a spark in me


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Gasoline Soaked Heart song meanings
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