So I stood by the roadside
The soles of my running shoes gripping the tarmac
Like gunmetal magnets
Fixed on the front of her Fassbinder face
Was the kind of a smile
That only a rather dull child could have drawn
While attempting a graveyard in the moonlight
But she was impressed
You could see that she thought I looked fine
And when she turned sweeter
The reason (between you and me) was
She'd just seen my green Lamborghini

So we went for a spin in the country
To feel the wind in our hair
To feel the power of my engine
To feel the thrill of desire

And then in the trees I heard a twig snap
Warning lights flashed on my map
I opened my eyes and to my surprise


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4.33 AM (Running Shoes) song meanings
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    General Commentafter (Aparently They Were Traveling Abroad), he picked up two hitch hikers and now he is feeling very attracted towards the female hitch hiker.
    thedanman344on August 23, 2006   Link
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    General Commentnot a lot of chatter for this one, its my favorite track on the album
    ive had dreams something like this and seperate nightmares like the arabs bit - i think the first half of the album will relate to young males and middle aged males (as waters was at the time)
    its basically describing a lust-filled yet tasteful dream
    joeosbornemusicon May 21, 2008   Link

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