Allison Road

Album: New Miserable Experience (1992)
Charted: 24
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  • I've lost my mind on what I'd find
    All of the pressure that I left behind
    On Allison Road
    Fools in the rain if the sun gets through
    Fire's in the heaven of the eyes I knew
    On Allison Road

    Dark clouds file the moon is near
    Birds fly by a.m. in her bedroom stare
    There's no telling what I might find
    I couldn't see I was lost at the time...
    Yeah I didn't know I was lost at the time
    On Allison Road

    So she fills up her sails with my wasted breath
    And each one's more wasted that the others you can bet
    On Allison Road
    Now I can't hide so why not drive
    I know I want to love her but I can't decide
    On Allison Road

    I didn't know I was lost at the time
    Eyes in the sun where the road wasn't wide
    So I went looking for an exit sign
    All I wanted to find tonight... Writer/s: ROBIN WILSON
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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