Well they locked me up and they threw me away, and the one comfort I would let myself take was that someday I'd get out, and I would make it home to you / So when the guards spoke up saying on the PA we had an hour, or less til we’re all blown away, I took the first chance that I got and headed for the parking lot

Cause if I only got to see you for a minute or two, well it would all be worth my time / Nothing mattered more, 2, 3, 4 wouldn’t have crossed my mind / Oh shit, I think we’d better check the time

Pedal on the floor, a single thought in my head: With the a-bombs a-falling it's all good in the end just to hold you, if only for a minute or two / So with a quarter tank of gas, and just a second to spare, I swear to god the clock stopped, our gaze hung in the air, and I will hold you, even as the world blows up

Now I only get to see you for a minute or two, but yeah it’s all been worth my time / Nothing matters more, 2, 3, 4 / Everything feels just fine

As the sky fell down, the voice inside of my head should've said "run, run away," but at The End it kept quiet, fucking quiet at last, so in the background it’ll stay / Cause I only got to see you for a minute or two, but damn, it all was worth my time / Nothing mattered more, 2, 3, 4 wouldn’t have crossed my mind / Oh shit, I think we just ran out of time


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