I Don't Belong

Album: A Hero's Death (2020)
  • You shoulda heard me in the lounger
    Telling people what they was
    Spitting out all types of sugar
    Just dying for a cause
    Cause, cause

    A smiler slithered to my corner
    On a face so true
    My word is always in the ready
    And I'll attribute that to you

    I don't belong to anyone
    I don't belong to anyone
    I don't belong to anyone
    I don't wanna belong to anyone

    You shoulda heard him in the bowery
    Learning people with a tongue
    Cut from second-hand cloth
    Make the women feel young

    I heard him serving as a soldier
    In the annex of the earth
    Threw himself before a bullet
    And threw the metal to the dirt
    Hear the man's word

    I don't belong to anyone
    I don't belong to anyone
    I don't belong to anyone
    I don't wanna belong to anyone

    I don't belong to anyone
    I don't belong to anyone
    I don't belong to anyone
    I don't wanna belong to anyone

    I don't belong to anyone
    I don't belong to anyone
    I don't belong to anyone
    I don't wanna belong to anyone Writer/s: Grian Alexander Chatten, Carlos Ramos O'Connell, Conor Patrick Deegan, Conor Patrick Curley, Thomas Patrick Coll
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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