Curve in the Old 1-9

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"Curve in the Old 1-9"
Curve in the Old 1-9 cover
Song by Ozma
Album Spending Time on the Borderline
Released 2003
Length 3:51
Label Kung Fu Records
Writer(s) Daniel Brummel
Producer(s) Chris Fudurich
Status Officially released
Spending Time on the Borderline track listing
"Gameover"
(7)
"Curve in the Old 1-9"
(8)
"Restart"
(9)

"Curve in the Old 1-9" is the eighth track from Spending Time on the Borderline.

Appearances

Overview

This song seamlessly transitions from the last song, "Gameover". The song itself is about 9/11 and the aftermath from that event.

Audio

Lyrics

Down at the curve in the old 1-9
There's been a crash that's obstructing the line
I'm gonna sing you a song that no sane man should be singing
But my ears won't stop ringing
Extraordinary love will save us from the skies above

Only on a day like this
Seal it with a hopeful kiss

Destined to take you down a righteous course
They won't let you know that they're taking it by force
Down in the depths of my heart, there is regret and remorse
But let's not beat a dead horse 'cause the past cannot be changed
History never rearranged

Only with a hopeful kiss
Will we see our way through this

When you wake up take a look around

Only with a hopeful kiss
Will we see our way through this

When you wake up take a look around
Watch the pillars crumble slowly to the ground
Watch them as they crumble slowly to the ground

See also