I don't remember the entire line (I'd have to listen to the song again and I don't have the time right now) but, instead of "rock and roll suicide" I'd maybe write something like...
(If I remember correctly your lyrics say...)
something something something "for a ride" (I think)
Follow this train of thought with a phrase like:
"don't let your dreams collide"
"your world will open wide"... for example.
Make sure the lyrical rhythm/meter is in sync and you're set.
You know the words so much better than I do...
...but do you see what I mean? When you change the lyrics to meld into one another, to carry forth a thought, an idea, there is coherence, and that allows your audience to be lifted "into" your picture, rather than trying to make out what that picture is supposed to be. Unless you want your listener to be jolted back into thinking about 'where that came from' or 'how that line affects them (and the music you've created for this song doesn't feed that type of reaction) then carry that listener through and into your thoughts, make them see your picture or create their own stream of thoughts associated with your invitation/inspiration.
Truth is: you really do want your lyrics to take your reader for a ride. So take them.
Hope this helps (a little anyway)