Tore the neighborhood down
Screaming my lungs out
I'm never coming back
How'd I know that you're a mess?
Of shaking skin and sweat
Taking deep breaths in, the latitude of this.

And where do you go, when you're on your own?
Where do you go, when I know you're not alone?

How can you grow, when you can't move on?
You can't move forward alone.

Goodnight, to hanging out in basements getting loaded
with all of the same kids.
So swept up, in feeling alive.
Living for the weekends, yeah we're all to young to die.

Tote through these old streets,
my courage, my heartbeat.
We're still shaking in the dark.

How'd I know that you're a mess?
Of shaking skin and sweat
Taking deep breaths in, the latitude of this.

And where do you go, when you're on your own?
Where do you go, when I know you're not alone?

How can you grow, when you can't move on?
You can't move forward alone.

Goodnight, to hanging out in basements getting loaded
with all of the same kids.

So swept up, in feeling alive.
Living for the weekends, yeah we're all to young to die.

So who's here to save you now?
My lungs are weak, and my heart is screaming out

Goodnight, to hanging out in basements getting loaded
with all of the same kids.
So swept up, in feeling alive.
Living for the weekends, yeah we're all to young to die.
Letting go, when you're on your own.


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