Stone Temple Pilots
Drivin' faster in my car falling farther from just what we are smoke a cigarette and lie some more these conversations kill falling faster in my car Time to take her home her dizzy head is conscience laden time to take a ride it leaves today no conversation time to take her home her dizzy head is conscience laden time to wait too long to wait too long these conversations kill To much walkin', shoes worn thin too much trippin' and my soul's worn thin time to catch a ride it leaves today, her name is what it means to much walkin', shoe's worn thin1994 90s 90s alternative 90s Rock 90z acoustic alt rock alterindie alternative alternative rock amazing american angst best of artist best of slimeball Bestest Bands Ever calm car songs chill classic classic rock cool could listen to non-stop creme de la creme dark and sexy Dirty Rock Distorted mood Driving early 90s elektrischerindierock emo favoritas favorite songs favorite tracks favorites favourite Favourites first fistik ezmesi flya alternative soft flya grunge flya overall garage gem good song grade school greg likes grew up on Grunge hard rock heavy-mellow helped me make it through the i used to listen to iannai29 list its a shame late night music late saturday nights love at first sound male vocalist melancholic Mellow mixit moody morning drive Movie Music movie soundtrack music for making pancakes on the road Over and over post-grunge psychedelic rcck relaxing reminders of old times rock rockin Rousedower sacredsummers sams bands Scott Weiland silent intensity singables slacker smooth Soundtrack Soundtrack the crow stone temple pilots STP suicidal mood music ten-scale-9 the crow the crow ost The Crow Soundtrack tool top songs vocal hook wonderful voice work xgirl yesteryear
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