Situations

Album: Dying Is Your Latest Fashion (2006)
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  • The situations are irrelevant now
    She loves the way that I tease
    I love the way that she breathes

    I touched her ooh, she touched my ah
    It was the craziest thing
    I love the girls who hate to love because they're just like me
    A certain girl she took my hand and ran it up her thigh
    She licked her lips and pulled my hair, I fall in love for a night

    She can't behave and I'm just a slave
    Don't worry I'll be gone when the morning comes

    Darling, what is going on?
    Honestly that never happened
    Lying is your favorite passion
    Leave me, go where you belong
    Higher heels and lipstick napkins
    Dying is your latest fashion

    The frustration it's a regular thing
    I hate the ones who love to hate because they're just like me
    A certain girl she took her hand and put it in my lap
    "It's way too full," she said
    "Once you have me you'll always come back"

    She can't behave and I'm just a slave
    Don't worry I'll be gone when the morning comes

    Darling, what is going on?
    Honestly that never happened
    Lying is your favorite passion
    Leave me, go where you belong
    Higher heels and lipstick napkins
    Dying is your latest fashion

    I know you love to resist
    And all it takes is a kiss
    And you just love to hate me

    You know, you love all the lies
    So don't act surprised
    That I just love to hate you

    I kissed your lips you pulled my hair it was the craziest thing
    I love the girls who love to hate

    Darling, what is going on?
    Honestly that never happened
    Lying is your favorite passion
    Leave me, go where you belong
    Higher heels and lipstick napkins
    Dying is your latest fashion
    Darling what is going on? (Leave me)
    Honestly that never happened
    Lying is your favorite passion
    Leave me, go where you belong (darling)
    Higher heels and lipstick napkins
    Dying is your favorite passion Writer/s: BRIAN MONEY, MAX GREEN, OMAR ESPINOSA, ROBERT ORTIZ, RONNIE RADKE
    Publisher: MOTHERSHIP MUSIC PUBLISHING
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 7

  • Kelly from Arlington, TxI love escape the fate!But i have a lot of questions about song meanings i have sort of a basic idea of what there songs mean and what theyre talking about but im still not sure so yeah...
  • Jess from Montreal, Qclove this song, escape the fate rocks.
  • Keah from Columbus, Ohthe album title was mostly about how now a days young girls, when they get dressed up, they look like they are dead, with all the eyeliner on and stuff. This supplies the ablum title "Dying is your latest fashoin"
  • Karen from Laredo, Txthis can reflect my life
  • Mariah from San Antonio, Txthe vid was inspired by Hot For Teacher by Van Halen
  • Ryan from Richmond, VaYeah I love this band. No one else in my school cept me and like 3 others have heard of them.
  • Ashley from Ft. Lauderdale, Flescape the fate is a great band
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