You twist my arm I'm twisting fate You'll leave alone, or crazy great Or break into a million pieces, all your reasons
Lets live alone And out of state Lets make up everything and wake up breathing Don't give a damn about the wreck you leave in
You can use my friends, but that depends
On what they're for And while we're laying on the floor My mouth is sore I'm keeping score A million reasons but I need a million more
You believe in love I believe in faith They'll believe in anything, you make up villains A trillion legions of the damned and William, It was really me It was really you There was really nothing I could do Until then, Let's use our magic powers with the children
You don't understand, we don't hold hands
Come catch me, run 'Cause I'm not having any fun I think you're sore I think I'm done A million reasons
Can I be your number one?
Yeah, yeah Yeah, yeah Yeah, yeah Can I be your number one?
Yeah, yeah Yeah, yeah Yeah, yeah Can I be your number one? We are something, we are of use somehow
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Fall Out Boy's "The Kids Aren't Alright" song title is not a reference to The Offspring's 1998 single of the same name. It actually alludes to The Who's 1979 rockumentary film called The Kids Are Alright.