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Demolition Derby

from Two Thousand Miles by Owen Temple



Racing down a track, a collision course
If we crash neither one will survive the force
Ramming into each other, fighting over the lane
We'll both be twisted metal and a bent up frame

Slamming into each other but the wheels are still turning
We used to be lovers demolition derby
Engines overheating, hearts taking a beating
We used to be lovers demolition derby

The last one to break apart wins
But neither one will live to love again
We trash each other like backroad punks
Perfectly good love becomes a pile of junk


Who better to tear the other apart
Than the one who knows the secret places of the heart
We know how to hurt each other so when love goes bad
The one who used to make you so happy is gonna make you so sad

We could end this race and call it a draw
Call it a day before we wreck it all
Seems like a waste when we've got a clear head
All for bragging rights when love is dead


(Owen Temple)
© 2006 Owen Temple Music (BMI)


from Two Thousand Miles, released January 29, 2008


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