"Gasoline" as written by and Vincent Accardi....
So you tried to put a fire out
But you used gasoline
And when the congregation gathered 'round
You're screaming, "It wasn't me!"
So there's a sickness that is going 'round
But no-one's got a vaccine
I think it drowned in holy water
I think it's time we all come clean

I swear it's like dying to catch a ghost
It feels like I'm trying to hold smoke
I swear it's like dying to catch a ghost
It feels like I'm trying to hold smoke

When the army had to hold the line
Well you were nowhere near the front
Before the kids could tell the dog "goodbye"
Well, you were loading up your gun
I wanna know I've left the great divide
I wanna know what I've become
You think that no one else is lonesome
You think that you're the only one?

It feels like I'm jumping towards a train
It feels like I'm jumping towards a train
Well I'm trying to find a way

It feels like I'm jumping towards a train
It feels like I'm jumping towards a train
Well I'm trying to find a way


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"Gasoline" as written by Vincent Accardi

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