Freak Scene

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  • Seen enough to eye you
    But I've seen to much to try you
    It's always weirdness while you
    Dig it much too much to fry you

    The weirdness flows between us
    Anyone can tell to see us
    Freak scene just can't believe us
    Why can't it just be cool and free us?

    Seen enough to eye you
    But I've seen to much to try you
    It's always weirdness while you
    Dig it much too much to fry you

    The weirdness flows between us
    Anyone can tell to see us
    Freak scene just can't believe us
    Why can't it just be cool and leave us?

    It's so fucked I can't believe it
    If there's a way I wish we'd see it
    How could it work just can't conceive it
    Oh what a mess it's just to leave it

    Sometimes I don't thrill you
    Sometimes I think I'll kill you
    Just don't let me fuck up will you
    'Cause when I need a friend it's still you

    What A Mess Writer/s: JOSEPH MASCIS
    Publisher: BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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