Nameless, Faceless

Album: Tell Me How You Really Feel (2018)
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  • Don't you have anything better to do
    I wish that someone could hug you
    Must be lonely
    Being angry, feeling over-looked

    You sit alone at home in the darkness
    With all the pent-up rage that you harness
    I'm real sorry
    'Bout whatever happened to you

    I wanna walk through the park in the dark
    Men are scared that women will laugh at them
    I wanna walk through the park in the dark
    Women are scared that men will kill them
    I hold my keys
    Between my fingers

    He said "I could eat a bowl of alphabet soup
    And spit out better words than you"
    But you didn't
    Man, you're kidding yourself if you think
    The world revolves around you
    You know you got lots to give
    And so many options
    I'm real sorry
    'Bout whatever happened to you

    I wanna walk through the park in the dark
    Men are scared that women will laugh at them
    I wanna walk through the park in the dark
    Women are scared that men will kill them

    I hold my keys
    Between my fingers

    I wanna walk through the park in the dark
    Men are scared that women will laugh at them
    I wanna walk through the park in the dark
    Women are scared that men will kill them

    I hold my keys
    Between my fingers

    Go on, tell me
    You're just kidding
    He said, she said
    Nameless, faceless Writer/s: Courtney Barnett
    Publisher: THIRD SIDE MUSIC INC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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