"Headed West" as written by Brian Mcternan, James Buddy Nielsen, Daniel Gerard Trapp, Garrett Michael Zablocki and Jason Black....
Sometimes I feel so meaningless
Tangled up in the widow's web
The more I struggle the tighter the noose will get
I'm screaming for help outside of the school for the deaf
I'll spill my guts to anyone who will listen

I'm headed west to try to test my bravery
Face to face with my thoughts is what I need
The rear view reminds me the future's passing presently

If I could just hit rewind, eject and erase it
I've gotta replace this tape 'cause it can't sing along
Because you, you ruin so many songs
Even though it's been so long
All that I ever do is drink enough to try to forget
Let's sober up and wait for the sun
Before we take back everything that we've done

I'm headed west to try to test my bravery
Face to face with my thoughts is what I need
The rear view reminds me the future's passing presently

I've spent so much of my time tryin' to see
Someone else, someone I could never be
You can't change yourself through changin' scenery
The rear view reminds of where we've been

Wasting all my time
I'm looking for something that I'll never find
I'm wasting all my time
I'm looking for something that I might never find
Let's sober up and wait for the sun
Before we take back everything that we've done

I'm headed west to try to test my bravery
Face to face with my thoughts is what I need
The rear view reminds me the future's passing presently

I spent so much of my time tryin' to see
Someone else, someone I could never be
You can't change yourself through changin' scenery
I tried but it doesn't mean I can forget the person that I am


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"Headed West" as written by Buddy James Nielsen Garrett Zablocki

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