Whatever You Want

Album: yet to be titled (2020)
  • People will tell you
    Whatever you want
    Whatever you want

    People will tell you
    Whatever you want
    Whatever you want

    Some people will tell you
    Whatever you want
    Whatever you want
    (You got 'em well trained now)

    People will tell you
    Whatever you want
    Whatever you want
    (To keep you in your place)

    Every night and every day
    Some will fall upon their swords
    In order that they might serve
    The greater good but don't believe a word of it

    People will tell you
    Whatever you want
    Whatever you want
    (You got 'em well trained now)

    Some people will tell you
    Whatever you want
    Whatever you want
    (They dare not complain)

    As crazy as a king
    As bent as a snake
    But there are some things
    They will never ever say

    Some people will tell you
    Whatever you want
    Whatever you want
    (To keep you in your place)

    Hear the lying every day
    I see the same expressions on them
    How they long to speak their mind
    But something always stops them dead
    Should be shouting from the mountain
    At their top of their voice
    "This is not right, this man is a fake"
    But they will follow him down
    To the edge of the cliff
    And if he tells them to jump
    They will jump right in

    Some people will tell you
    Whatever you want
    Whatever you want
    (You got 'em well trained now)
    Whatever you want

    You raise your hand
    And they respond
    And they will tell you
    Whatever you want Writer/s: Neil Mullane Finn
    Publisher: WORDS & MUSIC A DIV OF BIG DEAL MUSIC LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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