Album: Fashionably Late (2013)
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  • Oh! this is the end of everything that I've known
    Oh! this is the end of everything that I've known

    (So come on!)

    White boy on the beat rocking Gucci sneaks
    All I do is win, Charlie Sheen
    Started out in '06 and revived the scene
    So many motherfuckers wanna be like me
    Came from the lowest of lows
    Rose to the top with a vision
    My haters talking shit while washing dishes for a living
    Fuck you bitches I'm a business
    I'll be kissing on your Mrs.
    What you spend in 15 months is what I spend in 15 minutes

    Oh! Don't give a fuck about you
    You hear me talking motherfucker and there's nothing you can do
    You're a bitch, you're a bitch
    Don't make me pull the plug
    Talking back and you suck, don't ask what I do for

    Oh this is the end of everything that I've known
    No way of knowing if I'll ever be home
    I don't ever wanna be alone, alone
    Oh, and if I try to make it out of this town
    No way of knowing if I'll ever be found
    I don't ever wanna be alone, alone

    I've got a lot of people talking nothing but chatter,
    Why'd you switch your style up and that I don't matter
    Man I've been in rap since I was shitting in pampers
    Climb the ladder to the top and now I'm shitting on rappers
    All I do is work, straight up hustle and grind
    So many people mad at me for crossing the line
    I find it kind of funny the shit you say in your tweets
    But when we're face to face you ain't got nothing to say to me!

    (Oh you) So fuck you too!
    You better take a step back before I call up the crew
    You talk a lot of shit but you spread nothing but lies
    You keep on running your mouth
    You better open your eyes

    Oh! This is the end of everything that I've known
    No way of knowing if I'll ever be home
    I don't ever wanna be alone, alone
    Oh! And if I try to make it out of this town
    No way of knowing if I'll ever be found
    I don't ever wanna be alone! Alone!

    I'm on that rack! Fly like a jet!
    Switching my lanes like I'm racing a Vette
    Oh, I'm on that next! Girl loves sex
    No doubt I'm on top of the world break your neck!
    So break your motherfucking neck

    I'm on that rack! Fly like a jet!
    Switching my lanes like I'm racing a Vette
    I'm on my that next! Girl loves sex
    No doubt now I'm top of the world, break your neck
    I'm on my that next! Girl loves sex
    No doubt now I'm top of the world, break your neck (So break your motherfucking neck)

    Oh! This is the end of everything that I've known
    No way of knowing if I'll ever be home
    I don't ever wanna be alone, alone
    Oh! and if I try to make it out of this town
    No way of knowing if I'll ever be found
    I don't ever wanna be alone, alone

    Oh! This is the end of everything that I've known
    No way of knowing if I'll ever be home
    I don't ever wanna be alone, alone
    Oh! and if I try to make it out of this town
    No way of knowing if I'll ever be found
    I don't ever wanna be alone, alone

    Yo! 2013 motherfucker Falling In Reverse Writer/s: RONNIE RADKE
    Publisher: MOTHERSHIP MUSIC PUBLISHING
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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