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​Post Traumatic Stress

This song is by Carlon and appears on the album Suburban Heel (2006).

With their bodies alive
And the motion of night
We're bargaining with the sun

No tired around
No ride to be found
They walk with weightless leg
Even I can see
It's not so easy
Being who we are

Don't run from your race
Don't race to erase
There's something to be said about youth

You see you've made it this far
You've picked up a few scars
That's something you can say about you

See I can remember when the days were young
Peerless lives lived with a thought unsung
These were the times when life was so much fun

Taken away by the runway lights
Thrown into a field full of ominous rye
Pray that I don't run away to fast
And forget about the fields and the truths they unmask

See I can remember when the days were young
Peerless lives lived with a thought unsung
These were the times when life was so much fun

Days go by I could put up a fight
Run in the day
But I think in the night
Catcher come quick I'm afraid I won't know
The edge is gonna come like an undertow
Sweep me away
To a whole new place
Happen so fast I can't handle the pace...

See I can remember when the days were young
Peerless lives lived with a thought unsung
These were the times when life was so much fun