Sam says he don't need no home
Says he found himself by staying moving
The routine and comfort give him a bruising
Alone and unknown he found it soothing

Get out get out get out
or you'll die waiting
You're filling the norm
Your life is vacant
Get out get out get out
or you'll die waiting
You're filling the norm
You're suffocating

The frozen plains outside of Montreal
Deadlock suburban sprawl
He heard himself in the feedback's call
Got in the van and left it all

Get out get out get out
or you'll die waiting
You're filling the norm
Your life is vacant
Get out get out get out
or you'll die waiting
You're filling the norm
You're suffocating

Raise the foreign sun from late night beers
Five lives in thirty years
Abandon dull culture's snares
for horizon's wealth
and a memory shared


Lyrics submitted by HellionChild

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