"Late Nights in My Car" as written by and Kyle Fasel Brian Blake....
I've been up spending every late night in my car
Listening to all these sad songs
I know it sounds weird
But they're helping me move past all these things running through my head
I'll blame the mid-west and sleepy eyes

I'm not where I should be
I'm not what I could be
But I'm not who I was

Nostalgia gets the best of me
When I wake up it's the same day
It fucks me up and makes me miss who I used to be
All I have are thoughts of me from back when I was eighteen
And my bony knees

Don't want it to be like my teenage years
I was naive and weak back then
Without much trouble on my shoulders
If I don't break
I won't know how to put myself back together

Nostalgia gets the best of me
When I wake up it's the same day
It fucks me up and makes me miss who I used to be
All I have are thoughts of me from back when I was eighteen
And my bony knees

If you never break
You'll never know how

If you never break
You'll never know how

If you never break
You'll never know how

(If you never break you'll never know)

If you never break you'll never know how to put yourself back together

Nostalgia gets the best of me
When I wake up it's the same day
It fucks me up and makes me miss who I used to be
All I have are thoughts of me from back when I was eighteen
And my bony knees


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"Late Nights In My Car" as written by Kyle Fasel Brian Blake

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