So it seems that everybody left
Splitting town to take the world by the wrist
So I moved out east to find the part of me that died
Somewhere in the weed, the coke, the smokes
The late nights drinking alone
So it's time to move on
You better take the long way home
Cause I'm looking for blood
To make me feel home before I'm home

So let's dance our way around the lake tonight
We can use the time to make it all feel right

To all my fairweather friends
I will be back again
And I won't forget the shit you said
Or the fucked up things you did
So maybe it's best that I'm gone
And I miss playing all the songs
And the open road and the empty shows
And the longs drives bringing me home
So it's time to move on
You better take the long way home
Cause I'm looking for blood
To make me feel home before I'm home

So let's dance our way around the lake tonight
We can use the time to make it all feel right
Let's dance our way around the lake tonight
We can use the time to make it all feel right

Tony, lay that beat, boy, and let it destroy
Shannon's ten late
Hey, some things will never change
Kevin, let it rip, son, let them hear you
Make them play it loud with the windows down tonight

So let's dance our way around the lake tonight
We can use the time to make it all feel right
Let's dance our way around the lake tonight
We can use the time to make it all feel right

Ben, won't you crack me a cold one?
You know I get a bit lonesome
And we can relive the good times and long nights
And Sean, I hear there's a storm rolling in
And Rob, where have you been?


Lyrics submitted by eltroyo11

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