and i don't need you
i'm already gone
it's been too long and i
need to see the pavement passing under my feet
i'm already gone
it's been too long and
i pity the live of lovers
my father's and my brother's
i'm already gone
it's been so long and i
need to see the pavement passing under my feet
need to feel the scorch of the California heat
i envy the lives of truckers
Jack Kerouac, and all the others
truck drivers and train conductors
gypsies and drifters alike
fuck-ups and runaways
all know the reason i'm here tonight
we all share the same head
screwed onto different shoulders
getting away from our past
knowing that it can't hold us
i don't need you
just pavement passing under my feet
those little city lights are coffins full of fireflies
dancing in corpses i don't ever want to see i don't need you
i don't need you
i don't need you while i pass onto greener grass and skies of blue you'll rest there in your small town tomb


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