Mrs All American

Album: 5 Seconds Of Summer (2014)
  • I love that accent you have when you say hello
    You relocated from New York a month ago
    That mini-van that you drive really gets me going
    And if it feels like it's right then it can't be wrong

    No one understands the chemistry we have
    And it came out of nowhere (Yeah)
    It's not like we planned this,
    Getting out of hand and
    Now we're going to go there (Yeah)

    Walk my way, Mrs All American
    Say my name, no need to pretend
    Don't be shy, Mrs All American
    I'll show you why, you're not going to walk away
    (Yeah)

    Not just a neighbor, oh hey there, I'll ring your bell
    Open your door, pucker up and I'll kiss you well
    My lips are sealed, there's nobody that I would tell
    Your secrets mine, close your eyes and I'll make you melt

    No one understands the chemistry we have
    And it came out of nowhere (Yeah)
    It's not like we planned this,
    Getting out of hand and
    Now we're going to go there (Yeah)

    Walk my way, Mrs All American
    Say my name, no need to pretend
    Don't be shy, Mrs All American
    I'll show you why, you're not going to walk away
    (Oh yeah)

    Na na na na na na
    You know she's like
    Na na na na na na
    You know she's like
    Na na na na na na
    You know she's like
    Na na na na na na

    Walk my way, Mrs All American
    Say my name, no need to pretend
    Don't be shy, Mrs All American
    I'll show you why, you're not going to walk away (Walk away)
    (Oh yeah) (Say my name)
    You're not going to walk away (Don't be shy, I'll show you why)
    You're not going to walk away Writer/s: CALUM THOMAS HOOD, ROSS JACOB GOLAN, MICHAEL GORDON CLIFFORD, STEPHEN PAUL ROBSON
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC
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