Album: That's the Spirit (2015)
  • You don't have to lie, I know exactly where you've been
    'Cause you're chewing off my ear while you're chewing on your chin

    No we're not on the level, you're just off your face
    It's not a state of mind though, your head's just in a state
    I may be on the outside but you're empty within
    It's getting kind of old now, I think it's time to pack it in

    Don't call it a party 'cause it never stops
    Now one is too many but it's never enough
    Don't tell me you're happy 'cause this isn't love
    So be careful what you wish for
    So be careful what you wish for

    Who you're trying to fool, you know you're in over your head
    'Cause you're holding onto heaven but you're hanging by a thread

    And we're not on the level, you're just off your face
    It's not a state of mind though, your head's just in a state
    I may be on the outside but you're empty within
    It's getting kind of old now, I think it's time to pack it in

    Don't call it a party 'cause it never stops
    Now one is too many but it's never enough
    Don't tell me you're happy 'cause this isn't love
    So be careful what you wish for
    So be careful what you wish for

    Don't call it a party 'cause it never stops
    Now one is too many but it's never enough
    Don't tell me you're happy 'cause this isn't love
    So be careful what you wish for

    Don't call it a party 'cause it never stops
    Now one is too many but it's never enough
    Don't tell me you're happy 'cause this isn't love
    So be careful what you wish for

    Don't call it a party 'cause it never stops
    Now one is too many but it's never enough
    Don't tell me you're happy 'cause this isn't love
    So be careful what you wish for Writer/s: JORDAN KEITH ATTWOOD FISH, LEE DAVID MALIA, MATTHEW KEAN, MATTHEW STEPHEN NICHOLLS, OLIVER SCOTT SYKES
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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