Under and Over It

Album: American Capitalist (2011)
Charted: 77
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    Did you hear the one about me being a punk?
    Did you hear the one about me, being a drunk?
    So did you hear the one about me losing my nerve?
    Or how I'm just another fucking sheep in the herd?
    Did you hear about the money, how it made me change?
    So funny to me, all the time that they waste!
    Did you hear the one about me, giving a shit?
    Cause if I ever did, I don't remember it!

    You can be me, and I will be you.
    You can live just like a star.
    I'll take my sin,
    And you take the fame!
    I'm under and over it all
    I'm under and over it!

    Did you hear the one about me playing the game?
    Selling my soul and changing my name.
    Did you hear the one about me being a prick?
    Did you know I don't care? You can suck my
    D-Did you hear the one about me trying to die?
    Fist in the air and a finger to the sky.
    Do I care if you hate me? Do you wanna know the truth?
    C'est la vie, adios, good riddance, fuck you!

    You can be me and I will be you.
    You can live just like a star.
    I'll take my sanity, you take the fame.
    I'm under and over it all.
    (I'm under and over it.)
    I'm, I'm, I'm under and over it.
    I'm, I'm, I'm under and over it.

    You can be me and I will be you.
    You can live just like a star.
    I'll take my sanity, you take the fame.
    I'm under and over it all.
    (I'm under and over it.)
    I'm under and over it all.
    (I'm under and over it.)
    I'm, I'm, I'm under and over it.
    I'm, I'm, I'm under and over it. Writer/s: Ivan Moody, Jeremy Spencer, Kevin Churko, Thomas Jason Grinstead, Zoltan Bathroy
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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