The Lowest Standard - Escapism Lyrics

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The Lowest Standard – Escapism Lyrics

We took a ride to nowhere, just to get out of town.
To rearrange other city streets.
A blur of random bars and some shady mistakes.
I took the last train home

We’re unfulfilled and wasted.
At bottle twenty-three.
Oh god please help, I’m drowning.
And as the cold begins to wander, the dark begins to sing

Our hearts seemed so much bolder when we were still young.
Perhaps we grew up too fast?
Cause these “high minded college kids” steer their lives in a pile a shit.
But who are we to say anything?

We’re unfulfilled and wasted.
At bottle twenty-three.
Oh god please help, I’m drowning.
And as the cold begins to wander, the dark begins to sing. Begins to sing

She’s in her right mind, to tell me I’m a fool.
I had this wild plan, to break every rule.
I told her things are not easy as they looked
Shaking the goddamn nerves from my face.

It’s too late for this talk.
Such a shame that we’re stuck

She’s in her right mind, to tell me I’m a fool.
I had this wild plan, to break every rule.
And I walked until these thoughts made sense to me
As the walls, the walls, the walls came crashing in.

Love might live again
Love might live again
If the booze, the drugs, and sadness settle in
Love might live again

[Lyrics to Escapism by The Lowest Standard]


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