And keep your eyes on the road on the glass passenger
And I sing for a traveling band
Where I'll be tomorrow 'cause God only knows
It seems there's a science in hand
But I'll finish the shows when I land

I said hey, hey, hey
We're all gonna die
Hey hey hey
We're all gonna die
We're all gonna die someday

And New England turned gray found the old TLA
From the lands of my Polaroid camera
Labeled proud in New York's shows sold out
I noticed a change in the weather
It's gettin' cold could you hand me my sweater, yeah

And I said hey, hey, hey
We're all gonna die
Hey, hey, hey
We're all gonna die
We're all gonna die someday
Someday

So keep your eyes on the road on the glass passenger
I've return to scene of crime
With my bus and my band I'm taking a stand
So sleep with me just one more time

I said hey, hey, hey
We're all gonna die
Hey hey hey
We're all gonna die, yeah

Hey, hey, hey, we're all gonna die
We're all gonna die
Someday, someday


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"Hey Hey Hey (We're All Gonna Die)" as written by Andrew Ross Mcmahon

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    General CommentThese are the lyrics I have from the live version of the song:

    Keep your eyes on the road I’m the Glass Passenger
    And I sing for a traveling band.
    Where I'll be tomorrow
    Does God only know
    It seems their science at hand
    But I'll finish the shows when I lay.

    I said hey hey hey
    We're all gonna die
    Hey hey hey
    We're all gonna die
    We're all gonna die someday.

    And New England turned gray
    From the old TLA
    Through the lens of my Polaroid camera
    The label looked proud, the New York shows sold out
    I noticed a change in the weather
    It's gotten cold, someone hand me my sweater.

    I said hey hey hey
    We're all gonna die
    Hey hey hey
    We're all gonna die
    We're all gonna die someday, someday.

    So keep your eyes on the road I’m the Glass Passenger
    I've returned to scene of the crime
    With my bus and my band I am making a stand
    So sing with me now one last time.

    I said hey hey hey, we're all gonna die
    Hey hey hey, we're all gonna die
    Well I said hey hey hey, we're all gonna die
    I said hey hey hey, We're all gonna die
    We're all gonna die someday.
    sahoops33on April 20, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General CommentJust when I thought my Jack's Mannequin song collection was complete... haha oh well, new music is always great. Thanks for the lyrics!
    Sconnyon November 28, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General Comment"Keep your eyes on the road on the Glass Passenger"
    So this song is apparently where Andrew got the title for his latest album?
    HelloApathyon June 17, 2009   Link
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    General Commentyes this is where the album got its title. Andrew said that this song just didnt fit in with the rest of the music on the record. i wish this song wouldve made the cut however, its my favorite song he has written in a long time.
    ohheroineon November 06, 2009   Link
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    General Commenti still don't get what "the glass passenger" means?
    punkrockprincess17on January 02, 2011   Link
  • 0
    Lyric CorrectionThese lyrics are horrible.

    Keep your eyes on the road I'm the Glass Passenger
    And I sing for a traveling band.
    Where I'll be tommorrow
    Guess God only knows
    It seems that there's science at hand
    But I'll finish the shows when I land

    And New England turned grey
    Found the old TLA
    From the lens in my Polaroid camera
    The label looked proud
    The New York show sold out
    I noticed a change in the weather
    It's getting cold, could you hand me my sweater

    So keep your eyes on the road I'm the Glass Passenger
    I've return to scene of crime
    With my bus and my band I am taking a stand
    So sing with me just one more time
    VanguardVon June 17, 2012   Link

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