Millions

Album: Hesitant Alien (2014)
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  • 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?
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