America's Suitehearts

Album: Folie a Deux (2008)
Charted: 78
  • You could have knocked me out with a
    (Feather)
    I know you've heard this all before, but were just Hell's
    (Neighbors)
    Why-why-why won't the world revolve around me?
    Build my dreams
    Trees grow all over the streets

    But I don't know much about classic cars
    But I got a lot of friends stuck on classic coke
    Down, set, one, hut, hut, hike,
    Media blitz

    Let's hear it for America's suitehearts
    But I must confess
    I'm in love with my own sins
    Let's hear it for America's suitehearts
    But I must confess
    I'm in love with my own sins

    You can bow and pretend
    That you don't, don't know you're a legend oh
    Time, time, time, hasn't told
    Anyone else, yeah
    Let my love loose again

    But I don't know much about classic cars
    But I got a lot of friends stuck classic coke
    Down, set, one, hut, hut, hike
    Media blitz

    Let's hear it for America's suitehearts
    But I must confess
    I'm in love with my own sins
    Let's hear it for America's suitehearts
    But I must confess
    I'm in love with my own sins

    You could have knocked me out with a feather
    I know you heard this all before

    Let's hear it for America's suitehearts
    But I must confess
    I'm in love with my own sins
    Let's hear it for America's suitehearts
    But I must confess
    I'm in love with my own sins

    Suitehearts, suitehearts, suitehearts (suitehearts)Writer/s: Andrew Hurley, Joseph Trohman, Patrick Stump, Peter Wentz
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 4

  • Katherine from Pembine, WiPete Wentz is amazing. I love him!! <3 I mean, who doesn't??
  • Madison from Las Vegas, NvIf you look closely the last girl who pushed her brother away from the television in the video is the lead singer from Hey Monday.
  • Hannah from Gustavus, OhRather than general celebrity idolization, I think this song focuses on people who let themselves develop an obsessive fandom for one celebrity (or band, etc.) even though deep down they know it's unhealthy. "Build my dreams, trees grow all over the streets" - The person's dream is to meet the celebrity; the "trees" are things preventing them from doing so. "I'm in love with my own sins" - The person realizes it's unhealthy to harbor such an obsession (thus calling it it a "sin"). "You can bow and pretend that you don't, don't know you're a legend" - Holding a higher opinion of the celebrity than is warranted or exaggerating their positive traits. "Time, time time hasn't told anyone else yet / Let my love loose again" - refers to how such an obsessive fandom usually goes away after after several months.
  • Dalton from Chesterfield, ScPete Wentz is a wonderful and imaginative songwriter. Keep On Keepin On
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