"The World Don't Want Us" as written by David V. Moore and Adam J. Rubenstein....
No moonlight over this one lane road tonight, but I don't care at all.
I could use a bed, there's a hotel up ahead, but I don't know how far.
In the backseat the smell of vinyl and wet streets must have helped you get to sleep.
Inside of me I got a thousand old dreams and not one of them came for free.
I know the world don't want us here, and only the wind can dry these tears.
This night's a tomb but you're a patient moon waiting to flame tonight.
This world's a close call, all these deserts and waterfalls, and mountains lean against the sky; shine, shine, shine, shine with me...'cause I know the world don't want us here, and only the wind can dry these tears.


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"The World Don't Want Us" as written by David V. Moore Adam J. Rubenstein

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