Album: Stomachaches (2014)
  • If we wait, it may be too late
    We'll make everybody cry, we wouldn't even have to try
    If we stay, we may overstay
    Our allotted time and it just wouldn't feel right

    But I only speak the truth
    And I'll always bleed for you

    So let's laugh, let's laugh
    Let's learn to laugh at ourselves again
    And let's love, let's love
    Let's hate what our love makes us do

    If I try, I may have to try
    My entire life and that just doesn't sit right
    But if I fall flat on my face,
    Then may my bones break under my own weight

    But I only want the truth,
    And that's the one thing you can't do

    So let's laugh, let's laugh
    Let's learn to laugh at ourselves again
    And let's love, let's love
    Let's hate what our love makes us do

    Sometimes though the world goes round,
    Somethings just don't change
    Sometimes it leaves me feeling old
    Sometimes though the world goes round,
    Somethings just don't change
    Sometimes it leaves me feeling old

    If we wait, it may be too late
    We'll make everybody cry, we wouldn't even have to try
    I understand why you couldn't stand
    Another day standing in your own way

    So let's laugh, let's laugh
    Let's learn to laugh at ourselves again
    And let's love, let's love
    Let's hate what our love makes us do

    So let's laugh, let's laugh
    Let's learn to laugh at ourselves again
    And let's love, let's love
    Let's hate what our love makes us do
    Let's hate what our love makes us do
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