"Driving Misery" as written by and Cacavas....
It was 14 hours for I left my bed this morning
Seems I lost everything I had much without warning
More the man than I would have found time for crying
But I was in a barroom drowning my old friend's sorrow
I said mister, can't you see
No wife no family
Driving misery

I'm like a train without a track
I got nowhere to go
And even if I did, I'd probably get there real slow
Cause I've got holes in my shoes and it's raining like hell
Now every thought is like a ringing bell
I said mister, can't you see
No wife no family
Driving misery

One of these days I'm gonna get back home
Find you there alone
God I hope so
Given the chance
I'd probably do it all again
Like I did before
I haven't learned a thing

There's a bus line leaving at a quarter to nine
It runs a long round between here and nowhere
I'm trying to miss it
Cause I've been there before
And if I make it on
Make sure I get a seat by the window

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"Driving Misery" as written by Christofer James Cacavas

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