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Pedestrian Is Another Word For Speed Bump lyrics

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Abandon All Ships! – Pedestrian Is Another Word For Speed Bump lyrics

Take one last breath; your about to jump to your death(x2)

Sail Away from the shoreline, Sail away from the shore, I'm in front of Heavens door. (x2)

Captain Captain, before the sail rips (x3)
Gasp for air... Abandon all ships!
The currents strong, the waves will rise, the binding chains made me realize;
Sin is the anchor, holding me down.
I'm on a cruise to Paradise, I'm done with sin I've paid my price
God is our captain, change your direction

Look what we've built, walking the plank of guilt. (x2)
Look what we've built, walking Blindfolded.

Look what we've built, walking the plank of guilt.(x3)



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