Bite Hard

Album: Tonight: Franz Ferdinand (2009)
  • You don't know
    I sing these songs
    About you
    You don't know the the Pseudonyms
    I assume
    You don't know the the Pseudonyms
    I assume
    For you

    Are you happy now?
    That the Gods are dying
    Or do you dream of
    (don't know this line)
    You should be happier now
    With no one to pray to
    Or would I love to break your knees from begging and praying?

    Bite hard
    Well its a broken smile
    Breaking their hearts and breaking their minds.
    Bite hard
    It's a 5.05
    Edges and lines your engines alive
    Bite hard

    May be lonelier now but im happy oh no honest
    Ain't only alone but what would we talk about anyway
    I'd never resort to kissing your photo
    Honest
    I just had to see
    How the chemicals taste their honey

    Bite hard
    Well its a broken smile
    Breaking their hearts and breaking their minds
    Bite hard
    A survival guide
    Edges and lines and we ride together
    Bite hard

    We ride together
    We ride together
    We die together

    Bite hard
    Bite hard
    Bite hard
    Whoa

    Well I never
    Well I never
    Well I never know
    Well I never
    I just had to
    I just had to taste their honey

    Bite hard
    Well its a broken smile
    Breaking their hearts and breaking their minds
    Bite hard
    A survival guide
    Edges and lines and we ride together
    We ride together
    We die together Writer/s: Alexander Paul Kapranos Huntley, Nicholas John McCarthy, Paul Robert Thompson, Robert Hardy
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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