Album: Folie à Deux (2008)
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  • If home is where the heart is
    Then we're all just fucked
    I can't remember
    I can't remember

    And I want it so bad
    I'd shoot the sunshine into my veins
    I can't remember the good old days

    And it's kind of funny
    The way we're wearing anchors on our shirts
    When being anchored aboard just feels like a curse

    My mind is a safe
    And if I keep it then we all get rich
    My body is an orphanage
    We take everyone in
    Doing lines of dust and sweat
    Off last night's stage
    Just to feel like you

    The milligrams in my head
    Burning tobacco in the wind
    Chasing the direction
    Chasing the direction
    Chasing the direction you went

    You're a bottled star
    The planets align
    Just like Mars
    You shine in the sky
    You shine in the sky

    Are all the good times getting gone?
    They come and go and come and go and come and go
    I've got a lot of friends who are stars
    But some are just black holes

    My mind is a safe
    And if I keep it then we all get rich
    My body is an orphanage
    We take everyone in
    Doing lines of dust and sweat
    Off last night's stage
    Just to feel like you

    And it's kind of funny
    The way we're wearing anchors on our shirts
    When being anchored aboard just feels like a curse

    My mind is a safe
    And if I keep it then we all get rich
    My body is an orphanage
    We take everyone in
    Doing lines of dust and sweat
    Off last night's stage
    Just to feel like you

    If home is where the heart is
    Then we're all just fucked Writer/s: ANDREW HURLEY, JOSEPH TROHMAN, PATRICK STUMP, PETER WENTZ
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 4

  • Amanda from Evansville, InThis song is obviously about drugs. "I've got a lot of friends who are stars, but some are just black holes". The people he wants to make it are those that don't really care about themselves. An addict is the worst friend to have, take it from me. Great song!
  • Joyce from Jensen Beach, FlMy favorite song off the album too, and this is my favorite FOB album...every song is AMAZING and different from the others. And they all make you stop and think. Pete and Patrick out did themselves this time!!
  • J from O'side, VaThis song is awesome!
  • Paquita from Milwaukee, WiI love this song... my favorite song on the album. Yeah, no feedback yet though :P!
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