I bet it felt like your last breathe,
Sitting on the edge of the stairs,
Sure, you kept on breathing,
But the love wasn't flowing in the air.
See, I got these tickets,
But I don't know where they go,
But if you'll sit in the seat beside mine
I'm sure we'll find out soon enough.

Whatever stands before us we will strike it down.
Whatever mountains move then we can walk around.

Maybe it'll lead to Chicago,
We can throw our prayers in Buckingham's pool,
Maybe it'll lead to Montana
I've got a friend there who's too small for his shoes,
Maybe to Nevada because what happens there stays there too.
We can drive down Arkansas highways where the Ivory billed flew.

If the world screams around us we won't make a sound.
If the dirt slips from under our toes I won't let you fall down.

Surely this has got to be the way to cure us.
There can't be a solution except for us just wandering into this.

If the world caves at our feet then I will cave in with you.
If life swerves off the road I'll take my seatbelt off if you do.


Lyrics submitted by resro12

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