Got on the 47, transferred to the 89
left town eastbound past all the city signs

Y'know it's hard to leave your past behind
and as I pass the crummy bars and beat up cars
nothing will change my mind

By now, think I've found
things changed just don't look that way to me
By now, think I've found
things changed just look rearranged to me
Never looked that way, to me

At half past seven I'm on the 95
sick of malls and alcohol
just passed the next state line

I know it's hard to leave your past behind
as I think of corner creeps and dirty streets
nothing will change my mind,
there's no turning back this time.

And when going out's like going on
and never going back now, is just like giving up now
And when going out's like going on
It feels like going nowhere, going nowhere fast


Lyrics submitted by The_Rabbit42

Five State Drive song meanings
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    General Commenti love this song. its my favorite on . it makes me want to leave and never come back...but in a good way, ya kno?
    SomeGurlsAreCRazyon March 07, 2003   Link
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    General CommentI always thought he was singing "By now, think I've found, these trees just don't look that way to me" @_@

    Great great song, though.
    NickBush24on November 21, 2004   Link

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