Soon Enough

  • Everybody's got their differences too bad
    A circumstance in which to stay so high
    Everybody's got their secrets out, so sad
    Go around the room and see who doesn't cry

    Soon enough you'll be free to ran it off
    You don't know enough to call it bluff
    And the one who does never ever's tell
    Soon enough, you can say we made it up
    Just for fun I guess
    To make amends cause once my fun
    So go ahead and say

    It's cool
    Baby you could go whatever way you choose
    Do you wanna kill the all
    'Cause you start to realize this

    Soon enough you'll be free to ran it off
    You don't know enough to call it bluff
    And the one who does never ever tell
    Soon enough, you can say we made it up
    Just for fun I guess
    To make amends cause once my fun
    Soon enough you'll be free
    Everybody's got their differences too bad Writer/s: Aimee Mann, Tim Heidecker
    Publisher: Downtown Music Publishing, SC PUBLISHING DBA SECRETLY CANADIAN PUB.
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