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My windshields cracked just like my heart
My tires are all flat just like my brain
My engine’s running rough, just like my soul
Don’t know how much further we can go burning this much oil

So let’s burn all the bridges, ignore all the signs
Put the hammer down, listen to her whine
I don’t know where we went wrong
But it’s one step closer to you, being gone

I gave you the tools but you broke every single rule
Every time I turn around, I’m running back straight to you
Well, I’m broken and twisted, tired of dancing around
Pick me up, throw me down, pull me in, throw me out again

So let’s burn all the bridges, ignore all the signs
Put the hammer down, listen to her whine
I don’t know where we went wrong
But it’s one step closer to you, being gone

Tell me which way to go
'Cause if I’m going down
I want to be the first to know

So let’s burn all the bridges, ignore all the signs
Put the hammer down, listen to her whine
I don’t know where we went wrong

Yeah, let’s burn all the bridges, ignore all the signs
Put the hammer down, listen to her whine
I don’t know where we went wrong
But it’s one step closer to you, oh, it’s one step closer to you
Oh, it’s one step closer to you, being gone

Bye, bye, bye, bye, my baby
Bye, bye



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