Indian Summer

Album: The Taking (2011)
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  • Red turns blue the anger burns in you,
    When spoken true it spills right out of you,
    Ain't too hard to see, you're planning to leave,
    You wear that smile while you're lying,

    If you're leaving again,
    (You're just a wrecking ball)
    And if you're talking to him,
    (You're just a wrecking ball)
    I will destroy it all,
    (You're just a wrecking ball)
    No one could make me crawl

    Up turns down you drink in wasted ground,
    Turning round this drunken jester's crown,
    It's easy to see, how cool things could be,
    If you'd stay here and stand your ground,

    If you're leaving again,
    (You're just a wrecking ball)
    And if you're talking to him,
    (You're just a wrecking ball)
    I will destroy it all,
    (You're just a wrecking ball)
    No one could make me crawl

    And if I quit right now, you can ride it out,
    And if I should fall, you could have it all,
    As it stands right now, it is my call,
    You cannot stall, I'll fucking wreck it all,

    If you're leaving again,
    (You're just a wrecking ball)
    And if you're talking to him,
    (You're just a wrecking ball)
    I will destroy it all,
    (You're just a wrecking ball)
    No one could make me crawl

    And if you're leaving again,
    (You're just a wrecking ball)
    And if you're talking to him,
    (You're just a wrecking ball)
    I will destroy it all,
    (You're just a wrecking ball)

    Yeah yeah, I will destroy it all
    Yeah yeah, I will destroy it all
    Yeah yeah, I will destroy it all
    Yeah yeah, I will destroy it all Writer/s: DUFF ROSE MCKAGAN, ISAAC HEATH CARPENTER, JEFFREY JOHN ROUSE, MICHAEL JAMES SQUIRES
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC, Downtown Music Publishing
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