Heart's All Gone

Album: Neigborhoods Deluxe Edition (2011)
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  • Take off the gloves
    We fell in love by the side of the road
    This desert will break you down
    The veins you cut
    Your smoking tongue is the end of us all
    But you only care about
    Fame and fortune
    Watching others tortured
    Casting your reflection
    Grocery store perfection
    This is the last time
    Sent to the front line
    With dirty boots on the ground
    You said I'll make this all mine

    You seemed so sweet at the start
    But the start's all wrong
    You say you speak from your heart
    But your heart's all gone
    Yeah your heart's all gone

    Blackjack and architect
    Let's drink ourselves to death
    The crimes of everyone
    Passed down from father to son
    Hopeless and destitute
    Destroyed by gratitude
    Your strongest lines of defense
    Are all just self-inflicted wounds

    You seemed so sweet at the start
    But the start's all wrong
    You say you speak from your heart
    But your heart's all gone

    You seemed so sweet at the start
    But the start's all wrong
    You say you speak from your heart
    But your heart's all gone
    Yeah your heart's all gone

    You seemed so sweet at the start
    But the start's all wrong
    You say you speak from your heart
    But your heart's all gone

    You seemed so sweet at the start
    But the start's all wrong
    You say you speak from your heart
    But your heart's all gone
    Yeah your heart's all gone Writer/s: MARK HOPPUS, THOMAS DELONGE, TOM DELONGE, TRAVIS BARKER
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
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