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Sometimes a relationship, business and/or personal, is REALLY over.


Music and lyrics written by Dana Austin
(c) Dana L. Austin

Your mind is always racing toward tomorrow
You start to work today on every dream
Forget about today's responsibility
Then wonder why we start to scream

Geronimo! I'm bailin' out
God knows I'm sorry but I just can't stay
Geronimo! Don't think it's easy
The choice is not in black and white
But ugly shades of gray.

You say you think that everyone's against you
You just can't see you bring it on yourself
But when you're pistol-whipped by actuality
You whine, "It's not my fault!" We yell:


Self destruction is a selfish self indulgence
when supported by the selfless sacrifices
of your family and friends
When you love someone it hurts to see him
hurt himself; we've got to save our sanity;
it's agony to leave but then it's worse to stay
We've got to say:


We start to wonder if your actions come from
Some shrouded sado-masochistic streak
Our sympathy begins to fester angrily
We've had enough; we start to shriek

(don't try to stop me 'cause I'm on my way)


from Gasoline Rainbows, track released February 13, 2014
Andrew Jackman, percussion
Ken Mathieu, bass



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