"Sleep In Cars" as written by Alfred Moore Thomas, Nicole Margosian and Michael Troutman....
As the neighborhoods caught fire, we dreamed
And we were champions
Fast asleep in faster cars that'd see us put to rest
Had never we been blessed with faster hearts
Unafraid of flames half-bright as sparkling city lights
Or songs that never start
Piles of broken bikes moved faster
Than the sound of songs you'd bring to me
Let this be the last I sing to you

I'll race you to the highest point in the city
The pathetic skyline of half-finished buildings
The worn-out scenery of constructed romance
Halfhearted slow dance through ballrooms of sleep


You'll sleep through your mistakes
The way a pill breaks in a lake
Each creates the same solution

Lyrics submitted by InspectorMustache

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