Fast Lane

Album: TH1RT3EN (2011)
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  • You don't know what I feel, I get behind the wheel
    A fuel in my soul
    I hyperventilate as I accelerate
    Till I've lost all control

    My speed becomes relentless
    And testing all my senses
    White line appearing faster
    Prompting death and disaster

    My supersonic machine
    Get out of my

    Fast lane, like a jet plane
    Like a freight train, I'm driving insane
    Addicted to the fast lane
    Rushing to my brain
    No time to explain, this is my domain
    Addicted to the fast lane

    I look into mirror, red lights are drawing nearer
    They think I've met my match
    But I shift into high gear, soon they just disappear
    You can't jail what you can't catch

    My speed becomes relentless
    And testing all my senses
    White line appearing faster
    Prompting death and d-d-disaster

    I hear the engines screaming
    I'm burning up the

    Fast lane, like a jet plane
    Like a freight train, I'm driving insane
    Addicted to the fast lane
    Rushing to my brain
    No time to explain, this is my domain
    Fast lane

    Fast lane, like a jet plane
    Like a freight train, this is my domain
    D-d-domain Writer/s: DAVE MUSTAINE, JOHN KARKAZIS
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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