Sentimental X's

Album: Forgiveness Rock Record (2010)
  • Friend, a friend you used to call
    Mmm
    A friend, a friend you used to call
    Mmm
    When you back me, I was gone
    Mmm
    When you back me, I was gone

    Off and on is what we want
    What we want is off and on
    Off and on is what we want
    What we want is off and on

    Friend, a friend you used to call
    Friend, a friend you used
    Friend, a friend you used
    You used to call

    I couldn't believe that's where they found us
    When you and me, when the wild us
    Taken alone it isn't harmless
    Shouldn't we keep it as a promise?

    All for one and one for all
    Friend, a friend you used to call
    All for one and one for all
    Everyone you knew
    Everyone you knew

    Sentimental, all of you
    Sentimental, all of you
    Sentimental
    Sentimental, all of you
    Sentimental, all of you
    Sentimental
    (All of you, I love you) Writer/s: Andrew Whiteman, Brendan Canning, Charles Ivan Spearin, David Whiteman, Emily Haines, Evan Whitney Cranley, Justin Peroff, Kevin Drew, Sam Goldberg
    Publisher: Peermusic Publishing, BMG Rights Management, ARTS & CRAFTS MUSIC INC DBA GALLERYAC MUSIC
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