Brain

  • But it's all the same
    I could have foreseen
    That you would act like you are
    Oh so cool you seem
    Blending with that scene
    Wearing what you think is hard

    I can see you struggling
    Boy, don't hurt your brain
    Thinking what you're gonna say
    'Cause everything's a game
    Always trying to calculate
    Trying to look smart but not too smart
    To threaten anything they say

    But it's all the same
    I could have foreseen
    That you would act like you are
    Oh so cool you seem
    Blending with that scene
    Wearing what you think is hard

    I can see you struggling!
    Boy, don't hurt your brain!
    Thinking what you're gonna say!
    'Cause everything's a game!
    Always trying to calculate!
    Trying to look smart but not too smart
    To threaten everything they say! Writer/s: HENRY LAUFFER, JILLIAN ROSE BANKS
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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