We know most people they get tiresome we gotta find a way to get around them. The open road it ain't my home but when you're close everyone else looks lonesome. Let's hitch a ride to somewhere stark where the law won't recognize your face. I'll hold you close, we'll find new names and then forget why we are running. Tell me. We're in this together. Relax. I won't let them near you. I heard they got a sun of gold that shines down on Mexico. When we get there all tired and broke we'll leave the camaro in the desert. If we get caught I wouldn't turn you in, I would pretend like I don't know you, if I had to. It'd break my heart but if I knew you got away it'd give me peace of mind till the day I died. Tell me. We're in this together. Relax. I won't let them near you. But I awoke to blaring sirens so I covered you with my jacket. They bound my hands with metal bands but I screamed to be distracting. I drove away in their back seat, saw your crying eyes behind the tumble weeds. When I get out, I'll come to find you, cause you're my other half, I never told you that, never told you that.
When "You parked your car out on my lawn and came inside", I felt that because I have a car and have previously parked it on a lawn. TWIABP sings about parking lots and cars = best release ever. jason hankins
This album is pretty much a rollercoaster. Starting off with Desolate.Magnificent, it slowly builds up with it's ambient and foggy sound. You keep thinking to yourself "This is nice and all... but when does the rollercoaster even start?" when right at the 2:47 mark you get launched backwards. Great fucking album. Keep it up! It's ambient sections always help me relax and calm down, it's energetic sections... well energize me!! zo