(Coffee's for Closers)

Album: Folie à Deux (2008)
  • I can't explain a thing
    I want everything
    To change and stay the same on top
    Doesn't care about anyone or anything
    Now come together, come apart
    Only get lonely when you read the charts

    Oh baby, when they made me
    They broke the mold
    Girls used to follow me around
    Then I got cold

    Throw your cameras in the air
    And wave 'em like you just don't care
    I will never believe in anything again
    I will never believe in anything again
    Oh change will come
    Oh change will come
    I will never believe in anything again
    We never believe again
    Kick drum beating in my chest again
    Oh we will never believe again
    Preach electric to a microphone stand

    Oh, I'm a mascot for what you've become
    And oh, oh, I love the mayhem more than the love
    And oh baby, when they made me
    They broke the mold
    Girls used to follow me around
    When I got cold

    Throw your cameras in the air
    And wave 'em like you just don't care
    I will never believe in anything again
    I will never believe in anything again
    Oh change will come
    Oh change will come
    I will never believe in anything again
    We never believe again
    Kick drum beating in my chest again
    Oh we will never believe again
    Preach electric to a microphone stand

    Oh, throw your cameras in the air
    And wave 'em 'cause I just don't care
    Oh, throw your cameras in the air
    And wave 'em 'cause I just don't care

    Throw your cameras in the air
    And wave 'em like you just don't care
    I will never believe in anything again
    I will never believe in anything again
    Oh change will come
    Oh change will come
    I will never believe in anything again
    We never believe again
    Kick drum beating in my chest again
    Oh we will never believe again
    Preach electric to a microphone stand

    I will never believe in anything again
    I will never believe in anything again
    Oh, change will come
    Oh, change will come
    I will never believe in anything again
    I will never believe in anything again

    We will never believe again
    Kickdrum beating in my chest again
    Oh we will never believe again
    Preach electric to a microphone stand
    We will never believe again
    Kickdrum beating in my chest again
    Oh we will never believe again
    Preach electric to a microphone stand
    We will never believe again
    Kickdrum beating in my chest again
    Oh we will never believe again
    Preach electric to a microphone stand

Comments: 3

  • Mike from Matawan, Nj"You think I'm phuckin' with you? I assure you, I am not phuckin' with you." Don't know about the song but the play and the movie are awesome.
  • Bobby from Bremen, GermanyWell, I was in Berlin on the FOB concert, where they performed this song for the first time live and Pete said that it was about the cameras that are all over Hollywood and that they should be brought to more important places like I dunno Ghana I think he mentioned in order to show the World its real problems.
    That's what Pete said.
  • J from O'side, Va♥ My fav' from the band!
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