Up All Night

Album: Neighborhoods (2011)
Charted: 48 65
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  • Everyone wants to call it
    All around our life
    With a better name
    Everyone falls and spins
    And gets up again
    With a friend who does the same
    Everyone lies and cheats
    Their wants and needs
    And still believes their heart
    And everyone gets the chills
    The kind that kills
    When the pain begins to start

    Did I get this straight?
    Do you want me here
    As I struggle through each and every year
    And all these demons, they keep me up all night
    They keep me up all night
    They keep me up all night

    Everyone's cross to bear
    Is a crown they wear on endless holiday
    Everyone raises kids
    In a world that changes
    Life to a bitter game
    Everyone works and fights
    Stays up all night to celebrate the day
    And everyone lives to tell the tale
    Of how we die alone some day

    Did I get this straight?
    Do you want me here
    As I struggle through each and every year
    And all these demons, they keep me up all night
    They keep me up all night
    They keep me up all night
    They keep me up all night
    They keep me up all Writer/s: Mark Hoppus, Tom Delonge, Travis Barker
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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