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Hey driver, where're we going
I swear my nerves are showing
Set your hopes up way too high
The living's in the way we die
Comes the morning and the headlights fade away
Hundred thousand people ... I'm the one they blame
I've been waiting long for one of us to say
Save the darkness, let it never fade away
In the living daylights
All right, hold on tight now
It's down, down to the wire
Set your hopes up way too high
The living's in the way we die
Comes the morning and the headlights fade in rain
Hundred thousand changes ... everything's the same
I've been waiting for one of us to say
Save the darkness, let it never fade away
In the living daylights
Comes the morning and the headlights fade away
Hundred thousand people ... I'm the one they frame
In the living daylights



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    spookedNov 9, 2009 at 9:03 pm
    for me it's when the sun is too bright. it's when your fellow citizens or subjects are always settling for the hardest of all options so we all get the living daylight beat out of us. many of us aren't aware of anyone's hopes muchless how high they are or how our hopes is in the way we die.

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