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Drive slow, drive fast Whatever the destination is I'ma leave all the numbas on the dash. Sherif's tryin comin see me but it aint my fault. Better say a prayer cause I aint trying to wait on the change like my name was john mayer. I came here to give em a show. I'm on a roll. Its almost noon and I aint got nowhere to go, ah yeah yeah, and this is the road of my life.

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So I'ma have a little fun and ride till I see the sun, yeah whoa, yeah Got the time, got a place. If you want more of these Heineken's you go and give me my space, my space before I kick the dirt and head to the trunk to get you a little taste. Yeah superbad.

Free Download Movie Maker Software For Window 7 here. I'ma get ya a little something that your sister and your mama never had. Coulda been your dad. I gotta go but ill be right back It's 11:34.

I'm on a roll. Its almost noon and I ain't got nowhere to go, ah yeah yeah, and this is the road of my life.

So I'ma have a little fun and ride till I see the sun, yeah whoa, yeah Oh dad I'm traveling this is where I belong, yeah. I said the road that I'm riding is where I belong, hey. I'm on a roll. Its almost noon and I ain't got nowhere to go, ah yeah yeah, and this is the road of my life.

So I'ma have a little fun and ride till I see the sun, yeah whoa, yeah It's 11:34. I'm on a roll. Its almost noon and I ain't got nowhere to go, ah yeah yeah, and this is the road of my life.

So I'ma have a little fun and ride till I see the sun, yeah whoa, yeah All of my life.

• ' Released: March 9, 2010 • ' Released: September 14, 2010 • ' Released: October 18, 2010 Lazarus is the debut studio album by lead singer, released on June 8, 2010. McCoy announced his plans to pursue a solo career in early 2010, although he insisted that Gym Class Heroes had not broken up. After creating demos of melancholy and low-tempo songs, McCoy decided to abandon his early material and start over, as he claimed the songs were 'too personal'.

He began to write more uptempo 'party anthems' with lyrical themes of overcoming grief. Musically, McCoy draws from various influences on the record, including,, and. The album contains collaborations from,, and, among others. Upon its release, Lazarus debuted at #25 on the U.S. Chart with sales of 15,000 copies. The lead single from the album was ', which peaked at number four on the. The songs ' and ' have also been released as singles.

Critical response to the album has been mixed to positive, with most critics praising the album's upbeat songs yet criticizing the overabundance of featured collaborations. Gregory Heaney of opined that 'Even though every track on the album isn’t a keeper, it has some solid additions to any summer playlist and will definitely please fans of Gym Class Heroes.' The album has sold more than 75,000 copies as of April 2012. Contents • • • • • • • • • • • • • Background [ ] In early 2010, vocalist Travie McCoy announced that he would be pursuing a solo career.

He denied rumors that Gym Class Heroes had broken up, asserting that 'Since the inception of Gym Class in 1997, every member has had another musical outlet, if not three or four. This is just another one of those.' McCoy began writing new material while Gym Class was on the road promoting (2008).

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