"Life in the fast lane, surely make you lose your mind. Life in the fast lane, everything all the time. Life in the fast lane, uh huh. Blowin' and burnin', blinded by thirst, they didn't see the stop sign, took a turn for the worse".
This is often misinterpreted as a song glamorizing the Rock 'n' Roll lifestyle. Drummer and vocalist Don Henley actually meant the song to be a warning about the dangers of drugs, alcohol and bad decisions.
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