Leaves turned gray like the night in the day
Crowded parking lots cracked in the sun rays aviation beams through
The skies and the doorways endless thoughts left over from the heartache

Flame-less pit spits fire on the sidewalk
Mocking the rain as the cud-zoo climbs up
Heartbeats felt through the veins in the ceiling fans

We're damned at best
Throwing in the car keys
Hand in hand knees buckled down the front seat
Finger prints smeared down the windshield
And we were singing

I know of a place out west
Where we can pack our bags and leave this mess
Or we can stay here
And we can fall through the cracks

And we were singing
I know of a place out west
Where we can back our bags and leave this mess
Or we can stay here

And we can fall through the cracks
Your my secondhand smoke floating off a cigarette
Your my hopeless love that I wont forget
Your my Topanga to my Cory
Your my ending to a story
I`ll be the prince and you'll be the princess and
Well glide across the sky and set our sights on the Midwest
Or maybe even further or maybe even further singing

I know of a place out west
Where we can pack our bags and leave this mess
Or we can stay here
And we can fall through the cracks


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