song by Annie Blackman
Drive lyrics

I could move out west sometime, but I'm afraid to drive
and don't take well to highways though it's fine I always find a ride

But if it's California
Then I'll walk the shoulder home
Trekking through the roadkill
All the motorists will think I'm stoned
Make new friends with pools to swim in
Come to vilify new women
Look out at the audience
And everybody's here, so
Could be California in a year

Can't sweat anything I never thought I'd get to do
A city's more than its proximity to you
The answer's there, I could know it if I tried
Say you're falling apart, well you know what so am I

I could turn to God someday
Put to work these knees and pray
Eyeing my creator, in a towel from the bathroom floor
If this is my repentance then it's long been overdue
Cause the "sinner thing's" not interesting if it won't bring me close to you
Jesus died so I could live and
Smoke and cry and get forgiven
Nothing short of sacrilege
But mercy will be shown cause
I could turn to god all on my own

Can't sweat anything I never thought I'd get to do
A city's more than its proximity to you
The answer's there, I could know it if I tried
Say you're falling apart, well you know what so am I

Scared out of my mind
Just for fun I've become someone who
Walks around and mutters all the time
Nervous, it's no one's fault but mine

That I could move out west and find the sand and draw a line
Move out west get better dressed be everything I like
Could be California anytime

Can't sweat anything I never thought I'd get to do
A city's more than its proximity to you
The answer's there, I could know it if I tried
But I won't go cause I'm afraid to drive