"Driveway" as written by and Paul Hayden Desser....
Baby on the drive,
Time is almost five
Laundry basket I
Sit in while lee tries
To tell me I should know,
Tell me I would grow,
Sticking fourteen stones
Gently up my nose.
So I shoved one up
Until it got stuck
Five more then I'm done
Playing with lee's no fun,
Dad came out the front door and he saw
Only lee sticking a rock
Up his nose while I just watched
Dad chased him around the block
Dad caught him real quick
Then he gave him shit
Hospital by six
His nose the doctors fixed.
I sit on the drive
Waiting till they arrive
Nose is full inside
Trying to stay alive
Lee was too scared to tell dad how many
Stones up my nose no one says
Till one day a bleeding face
Stone falls from my nose they say
They say.


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"Driveway" as written by Paul Hayden Desser

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    General CommentMy dad thinks this one is about drugs. I think it's a story about sticking rocks up his nose when he was little. A lot of Hayden's songs, especially on this first album, were about memories or fantasies, all of which seem to have been inspired by "actual" events. It's just a simple story, but Zen-wise it's much more than that.
    chrislbon May 13, 2004   Link

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