The Wonder Years – Lost It In The Lights Lyrics

Lost It In The Lights Lyrics – The Wonder Years

It’s newly summer, and Tony Bourdain died.
I’m laying down in the shower staring up at a broken light.
There’s something screaming out from in my vent at night.
It’s shaking the house. It’s trying to get out.
It wants to tell me another lie.

What if the magic’s gone?
I guess I should be glad that there was any at all.
From 50th and Cedar to Richmond off of Front,
I guess I should be glad that there was any at all.

The city coughs me out, like a splinter in my wrist getting pushed out of my skin.

When I was seventeen,
I wrote a song about how I’m drinking kerosene
to light a fire in my gut,
and I’ll be coughing out embers for decades to come.
I was seventeen with a fire in my gut.

What if the magic’s gone?
I guess I should be glad that I was still in the fight.
It was right there waiting for me,
I lost it in the lights.
I guess I should be glad that I was still in the fight

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