Don't Look Down Lyrics. From Movie "Biker Boyz"

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Don't Look Down Lyrics


by David Ryan Harris. From Biker Boyz.


Son what you donít understand
My words might never explain
So I am hoping that time will.
Things may not go as you planned
Dark clouds might bring you pain
But I will be in your heart still
Telling youÖ

ďDonít Look DownĒ
Donít feast your eyes on things that are on the ground.
And if it gets hard to focus
When youíre traveling almost at the speed of sound
Feeling nowhere bound
Remember what I told you
And donít you dare look down!

Donít look down, noÖ

No father wants his son
To repeat the wrongs his daddyís done
I want you to get it right child
I wonít always be here for you
So to yourself always be true
And if you get lost, use your inner light child,
Shine it andÖ

Donít Look Down
Donít feast your eyes on things that are on the ground.
And if it gets hard to focus
When youíre traveling almost at the speed of sound
Feeling nowhere bound

Almost out of control
Burn rubber and not your soul,
Because something lives within,
That you can count on.
There is no hand to hold
When the world seems dark and cold
Remember what I told you
And donít you dare look down

Donít you dare look down
Donít look down
When youíre traveling almost at the speed of sound
Donít you dare look down.

[Thanks to mmcgrath@berk.com for lyrics]




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