What She Came For

Album: Tonight: Franz Ferdinand (2009)
  • I got a question for you
    I got a question for you
    Where did you get
    Your name from?
    Where did you get
    Your name from?
    I got a question for you
    Where do you see yourself
    In five minutes time?

    With a laugh like that
    Or a look like that
    You make us all feel gauche
    Like it's a sweaty joke but
    With a laugh like that
    And a look like that
    You make us all just go
    Whoa

    Look out
    You're what she came for
    You're what she came for
    No question, no doubt
    You're what she came for
    Knows what she came for
    No question, no doubt

    I got a question for you
    Another question for you
    Oh do you feel the
    Do you feel the pressure
    Why you're wearing
    What you're wearing
    Where will your life be gone
    In five minutes time?

    So say something stupid
    You know that you love to

    Look out
    You're what she came for
    You're what she came for
    No question, no doubt
    You're what she came for
    You're what she came for
    No question, no doubt

    Whoa

    You're what she came for
    You're what she came for

    You're what she came for
    You're what she came for
    You're what she came for 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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