Bi-Polar Bear

Album: Shangri-La Dee Da (2001)
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  • So I'm letting it go again
    I'm halfway full on

    Left my meds on the sink today
    My head will be racing by lunchtime

    Don't sleep behind the wheel at the stoplight
    Can't sleep behind the wheel as you're driving home
    You keep coming down the hill as you're falling
    You keep falling from the hill as you're coming down
    Can't sleep behind the wheel at the stoplight
    Can't sleep behind the wheel as you're driving home

    So I'm holding her hand again
    My palm sweats
    Hold on
    Think I've had too much coffee
    I'm manic as hell
    But I'm going strong

    Left my meds on the sink again
    My head will be racing by lunchtime

    Don't sleep behind the wheel at the stoplight
    Can't sleep behind the wheel as you're driving home
    You keep coming down the hill as you're falling
    You keep falling from the hill as you're coming down
    Can't sleep behind the wheel at the stoplight
    Can't sleep behind the wheel as you're driving home

    Don't sleep behind the wheel at the stoplight
    Can't sleep behind the wheel as you're driving home
    You keep coming down the hill as you're falling
    You keep falling from the hill as you're coming down
    Can't sleep behind the wheel at the stoplight
    Can't sleep behind the wheel as you're driving home Writer/s: Dean Deleo, Eric Kretz, Robert Emile Deleo, Scott Richard Weiland
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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