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  • I've informed you to leave
    'Cause I can't afford to lose more sleep
    I get ill when I get tired
    So I'll try to rest if you'll stand guard

    [Chorus]
    Do do do do do do do do whoa
    Do do do do do do do

    I've informed you to leave
    'Cause I can't stand to hear you breathe
    I chew up and I choke down
    The scraps you choose to leave around

    [Chorus]

    Apparitions still won't leave me alone
    It's as if you never left
    How am I supposed to remember you
    When you won't let me forget?

    I've informed you to leave
    'Cause I can't afford to lose more sleep
    There's your shoes, and there's the door
    Please don't come here anymore

    [Chorus] Writer/s: Ed Robertson, Steven Page
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 2

  • Adam from London, Canada"I'll be the First to Crucify You" is a line from the Barenaked Ladies Song "Call and Answer". Not Leave.
  • Jessie Ann from Purchase, Ny"Ill be the first to crucify you"

    ..what a line
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