In this place, co-op space-
I can't stand another man around my oxygen.
I know I hate myself,
And probably everybody else.

In this taste, the right taste-
When you wish that they would welcome you with open arms.
I know I hate heartbreak,
And I wanna be there when it caves.

So why do I always feel like I'm not someone?
Sabotage myself-

One car garage-
I'm not waking up.
I've taped it up to go
Where I feel like no one else is watching.
One car garage-
Am I giving up?
I'm tangled up in hope,
But I feel like someone else's coffin.

I dissipate and I'm late-
I've got people on the other side of holy gates.
I know I hate myself,
And probably everybody else.

But I've got some reasons why I feel like I'm alone-
In a solo show-
I'm a broken home.
And I want my body gone, but I don't wanna hurt no one.

So why do I always feel like I'm not someone?
Sabotage myself-

One car garage-
I'm not waking up.
I've taped it up to go
Where I feel like no one else is watching.
One car garage-
Am I giving up?
I'm tangled up in hope,
But I feel like someone else's coffin.

I smile, feel it, I sink and sleep-
I'm giving in, but it's not enough-
I'm not enough.

And I can't last another minute in a broken tomb-
I know I hate myself,
And probably everybody else.

One car garage-
I'm not waking up.
I've taped it up to go
Where I feel like no one else is watching.
One car garage-
Am I giving up?
I'm tangled up in hope,
But I feel like someone else's coffin.


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One Car Garage song meanings
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