Hawthorne Heights - Dull Headlights Lyrics


I’m sorry if we don’t connect
But I don’t drink and I don’t smoke
A basic kid, out of luck
And I’m afraid of hospitals

Call my friends, tell them it’s the end
The sun went down and there’s nothing left
A lack of sleep and oxygen has got me feeling
Down, down, down

I’m tired of all these sleepless nights
Dancing in the dull headlights
I’m not sure I can carry this weight anymore

We are, we are who we’ve always been
We are, we are alone and innocent
Calling home when I’m falling off the deep end
Driving home and I’m never going out again
We are, we are who we’ve always been

I’m sorry if I don’t make a sound
I let you down when I don’t come around
Don’t feel the same when I’m not at home
I spend the day staring at my phone

I’m tired of all these sleepless nights
Dancing in the dull headlights
I’m not sure I can carry this weight anymore

We are, we are who we’ve always been
We are, we are alone and innocent
Calling home when I’m falling off the deep end
Driving home and I’m never going out again
We are, we are who we’ve always been

I woke up in a different time
Ten years later down the line
So much has changed but through it all
It’s still the same, still the same
I woke up in a different time
I pull you in I hold you tight
I just can’t carry this weight anymore

We are, we are who we’ve always been
We are, we are alone and innocent
Calling home when I’m falling off the deep end
Driving home and I’m never going out again
We are, we are who we’ve always been


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