The Drive Home I’d Never Forget
Years have gone by since I needed so bad to let go
My thoughts racing as I drive my ass home
I cant believe its been another night with you blown
I try to turn to my words while being confused by your own
(still cant get this shit straight)
I turned to the one thing always on my side (a puff then a rip… OH ease my mind)
Not much else to do when you are immune to my charm
And getting close to you is like leaping the great wall
An impossible feat; at least I’d give it my all
Yet here I am with my tail between my legs, cutting my losses and limping home
(feeling the need to be so numb, so gone, so blown)
Oh what a beautiful night with a shooting star so bright.
Only to find your face plaguing my mind
I suppose a wish would still make this moment right
A first chance? A second chance? Or to not give a shit anymore?
Option three is tempting, but I’ll wish for a fourth
This star came as a surprise, the same way you came into my life
And every time you come back, you leave without a goodbye
But do you ever think about your actions?
Or the consequences that will ensue?
I do every night when my thoughts find their way to you
But do your thing and push them away, that’s your chosen way
(Take a puff, mind at ease. why does thinking of you make me crazy?!)
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