Joyride (Omen)

Album: The North Corridor (2016)
  • Well, I've heard about the joyrides and I want in
    It's fair to say it's in the past, if you're kidding
    And you're kidding, and you're kidding
    Like a god-awful omen
    Your kiss stabs like some voodoo hex
    Well, like a servant I once double crossed
    This is it, this is it

    Late night, this heart needs pumping
    Joyride, oh, infamous lies

    Which body's gonna be taking aim, none of these
    Oh, ride out
    Didn't like, didn't like, none of these
    New regrets, at events, catching Hell, evidence
    Chase you down

    Late night, this heart needs something
    Ride, joyride, oh, infamous lies

    We almost always open up
    We're almost always left bent over
    Almost never opened up
    Chased the wheels
    Pig headed, your joyride

    Late night, this heart needs pumping
    Ride, joyride, oh, infamous lies
    Ride, joyride, oh, infamous lies Writer/s: PETER LOEFFLER, SAMUEL LOEFFLER
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind


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