Northumberland (B Side)
Passenger

We came jumping over walls, Wash our faces in waterfalls, Left us staring at the moon.
We came running over hills, caught the early winter chills made our way back to the sea
And we drove through the night to this cold and ancient hill side
And we froze of what we found in the ground
And we drove back to the old town that we know where we have been before
Where all the town is built up in roads, Through concrete core rip doors
Many winters have past since lying in the grass and staring at the stars
We go back there in the spring when this hilly's born again and the mountain is harsh

And we drive through the night
through this new and infinite hill side
And we find of what we froze long before
And we drive away from the old town that we know where we have been before
away from the cars the lights and the bars
Miles of super stores
Away from the old town that we know where we have been before
Where all the town is built up in roads
Through concrete core rip doors