"The Way to Gone" as written by Stephen Gordon Mcbean, Amber Erica Webber, Joshua Mark Wells, Jeremy Victor Schmidt and Matthew Camirand....
precious dear, you're on your way to the silver rain
40 moons and alcohol couldn't change a thing
frozen ghosts ain't got no hope, can't learn to sing
don't wait too long or you might get gone on a flowery spring
sleeping like a rolled out score

on temper's blown, a square eyed man looking over you
televised you cracked a smile through your super suit
Mary haze please rescue me, it's boring here
the way to gone now always takes tooo long
ain't it hard for you?
sleeping like a rolled out score

my super beam of light shone down to guide your path
terrorized, you glamorized how long it could last ...
I understand there's no sticking to some lifeless thrill
the way to gone now always takes too long
ain't it hard for you?
sleeping like a rolled out score
sleeping at the devil's door

my love for her was hung at noon to no surprise
no one blinked and no one cried so no one lied
a box of life in deadly ground no wedding ring
don't wait too long or you might get gone on a flowery spring
sleeping like a rolled out score
sleeping at the devil's door


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