"Speeding Cars" as written by and Thomas Ogden Lee William Wilson....
I saw death at the bottom of White Hill Road
A careless try for a suicide note
I turned around and I closed my eyes
But the speeding cars never did collide
Yeah the speeding cars never did collide

When did I get so lost inside my head
I'm only 22, but I'm going on dead
So I put my faith in my grandmother's god
Piece by piece just lose all I've got
Yeah piece by piece just lose all I've got

It's been a bad few weeks
But I'm still hoping I
Can get back on my feet
I just need a little time
Because my mother told me to loosen up and stop living in my head
It's been a bad few weeks
So I'll just drive myself to sleep instead

I think I left my mind somewhere near the line
I stain these walls with the blood from my hands
And I don't sleep since I got home
I fear the night will take me for all that I own

Because I view my life through a telescope
That I built from a bottle and a slippery slope,
You see I can't dream to save my life
But I'm holding on for a day that I might

It's been a bad few weeks
But I'm still hoping I
Can get back on my feet
I just need a little time
Because my mother told me to loosen up and stop living in my head
It's been a bad few weeks
So I'll just drive myself to sleep instead

Because I'm overweight, overtired, and sick of trying to find
An answer in these darkened city bars
In the backrooms where we lose our hope
The drinks that turn good men to ghosts
In the end we're all left wondering who we are

I saw death at the bottom of White Hill Road
A careless try for a suicide note

It's been a bad few weeks
But I'm still hoping I
Can get back on my feet
I just need a little time
Because my mother told me to loosen up and stop living in my head
It's been a bad few weeks
So I'll just drive myself to sleep instead

I saw death at the bottom of White Hill Road
A careless try for a suicide note


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