Bail Me Out

Album: Future Hearts (2015)
  • What can I say?
    I fucked this up again,
    What can I do?
    I took it out on you,
    I run around and make,
    A mess of everything,
    I made a big mistake,
    And now I'm wondering,

    Would ya,
    Bail me out if I need it?
    Help me down
    Will you catch me when I fall?
    Another night I'm out here wasted,
    Another night you gotta take my call

    Would ya,
    Bail me out,
    Bail me out,
    Bail me out,
    I say are you gonna take my call?

    So listen up,
    I know I'm out of line,
    Just settle down,
    You know it's gonna be alright,
    Please come around and get,
    Get me out of here,
    Just take me far away,
    I really wanna to disappear,

    Would ya,
    Bail me out if I need it?
    Help me out
    Would you catch me when I fall?
    Another night I'm out here wasted,
    Another night you gotta take my call

    Would ya,
    Bail me out,
    Bail me out,
    Bail me out,
    Are you gonna take my call?

    Don't stop, ready or not,
    It's such a long way, away from the top,
    And I know,
    That you'll be there to catch me if I stumble down this road,

    Would ya,
    Bail me out if I need it?
    Help me down,
    Will you catch me when I fall?
    Another night I'm out here wasted,
    Another night you gotta take my call

    Would ya,
    Bail me out if I need it?
    Help me down,
    Will you catch me when I fall?
    Another night I'm out here wasted,
    Another night you gotta take my call

    Would ya
    Bail me out,
    Bail me out,
    Bail me out,
    So are you gonna take my call? Writer/s: JOEL MADDEN, BENJI MADDEN, JOHN FELDMANN, ALEX GASKARTH
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, BMG Rights Management, RED BULL MEDIA HOUSE NA, INC.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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