Late Nights and Long Drives

by Running on E

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Little Heart Records 2013

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released February 19, 2013

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Running on E Asheville, North Carolina

Running on E is a Rock/Pop-Punk band from Asheville NC. Since signing to Little Heart Records in December 2012, we have released one EP, 2013's "Late Nights and Long Drives", a single, 2014's "What Have I Become?", and are currently recording a long-EP/short full length "Colors Run," due to be released in early 2015. We also have two music videos for our singles on Little Heart Records. ... more

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Track Name: Where's My Money John?
Another day another life left behind you
It's no wonder I can't find you
It's a wonder you can find yourself
Nobody cares if you're right or if you're lying
I know you hear her crying but you can't be bothered with her now
Leave her her problems. It's not your job to solve them.
No need to get involved in affairs of those beneath your eyes
If not for all those tales we might've seen you fail
But then you knew that all along

I'm not growing up but I'm not slowing down
I'm just stuck in between with my life in the ground
Someone once told me that life wasn't fair
But now he's a dead man
And I'm never gonna listen to another politician again

Turn on the radio and hear your voice again
Hello my oldest friend. If only you had stuck around
We used to sit and laugh at all the lonely people
We swore we'd never be like them
We were too cool for this town
Looking for enemies in every parking lot
Until the music stopped and left us with our memories
Can't seem to understand what happened to our plans?
Its not that big a mystery

I'm not growing up but I'm not slowing down
I'm just stuck in between with my life in the ground
I'm not the roller coaster they all think I am
You should take my advice and just fuck off forever
You're never gonna get her back

I'm not growing up but I'm not slowing down
I'm just stuck in between with my life in the ground
Someone once told me that life wasn't fair
But now he's a dead man...

I'm not growing up but I'm not slowing down
I'm just stuck in between with my life in the ground
I didn't mean all those things that I said
I'm just drunk off my ass
So I think I'll pass out in your bed
Track Name: Martin's Ferry
Suicidally beautiful as we are
Inevitably we'll ask "have we gone too far?"
Ignore the lessons learned
Laughing on the razor's edge
As the bridges burn. Just waiting for the end

Couldn't give a damn that everything around's so rotten
As long as I'm smiling then whats the fucking problem?
You can ask if I'm ok. So what if my answer's fake?
Can't believe that it's been so long since I've seen his face.

I don't have a problem. I'm not a fucking child I know
exactly how to solve my woes. I'll drown them with the black label
I'm not your fucking problem. I never needed help.
I said I can do this on my own. So drown me in my alcohol

Suicidally beautiful as we are
Inevitably we'll ask "Have we gone too far?"
Track Name: I'm Bad At Naming Songs
Call it a last shot to be something more
As our hopes and dreams and fables spill out on the floor
'Cause to this day his face still pierces me right through the core
It's bittersweet but it still helped me open up the door
Another name, another day, another dollar sign
Feels like the first time, but it's the last time
And if this hurts we'll still make do like it's the best time
Of our lives that you described

This is the last time that anyone will see this face
I think I threw away all the pills that they gave me
They didn't even help me anyway

They couldn't take me if they ever tried
Because I'm not the thing they use to cover up your eyes
I can see clearly and I'm looking right through your disguise
That stupid human suit could never fool me all the time
But if they break you and your will is gone
Then I'll expect a call informing me that you dissolved
'Cause it's a feeling that we never felt like acting on
But now I'm sober and I'm ready to forgive it all

This is the last time you'll ever hear me complain
I'm giving in
It's not where I belong but it's home
And I'll never find another

I'm seeing lines in my face and grey in my hair
And all I can say is it's just not fair
That I'm losing my sight and losing my mind
Constantly losing track of the time
Now I'm feeling much closer to death and decay
And a hole in the ground on a mid-fall day
I thought about running so far away
But I'll just keep coming back in the end
Track Name: Maturity
I'm sorry you grew up and turned into an asshole
I'm sorry we can't all be mature like you
But I think I'll keep on drinking and I think I'll make a stink
Every time there's a new love plot on Doctor Who

I'm not afraid of you I'm just afraid of what I've brought upon myself
Is this a curse or is it something else?
Never been a fan of heaven or hell
Want to believe thats where I'll go but maybe I'm just getting older

Sat back and watched you push your brains out of your head
Left a scar the size of your regrets
And when you felt that breeze across your mind
Would you mind if I see it when you're done?

I'm sorry we grew up and I'm sorry I lost you
But nothing ever lasts like you want them to
Go ask your mother. Go ask your father.
Go ask your brothers. They'll tell you same thing too.

Had a lot of time to think on what you said
How I'd be better off if I were dead
And how that left me clinging to the floor
Still I think I miss you all the same
No matter how many times you've changed your name
But I'm sure you've head this all before

I'm sorry you grew up and turned into an asshole
I'm sorry we can't all be mature like you
But I know I'm not the one filled with broken promises
I've never been the one to say those things you do
I'm sorry we grew up and I'm sorry I lost you
But nothing ever lasts like you want them to
Go ask your mother. Go ask your father.
Go ask your brothers. They'll tell you same thing too.
Track Name: Horizon
Lay your head down on my shoulder
And we'll be there by morning
Find a hotel on the way
If not who cares? They're all the same
We'll keep on driving in the darkness
Until our eyelids burn
Is it my turn to take the wheel?
'Cause now I feel like nothing's real
And I can't go on
The road it blends into the hills but without these pills
I think I can say the horizon's not so far