Just Like Kids (Miau)

Album: The Prettiest Curse (2020)
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  • Can I tell you something about you and your band?
    'Cause I'm sure you'd love to listen to my advice
    You're always out of tune
    And there's no place there for you
    Dude

    Where are you from with that accent that doesn't let you pronounce?
    Are you Spanish or something, wait, can you roll your R's?
    You're too pink to be admired
    And too punk to be desired
    Ñañañañañañañañaña

    Just like kids, we are late and our home is far away
    We do this, we do that
    I'm tired of waiting
    We are all afraid of that long road
    I guess it's the prettiest curse

    To be fair I don't know you but a friend of mine does
    He said you were successful cause your legs are nice
    It must be so much fun
    To spend your daytime in the van
    Hahaha

    You will never look smart if you show that big smile
    Better dress all in black
    Oh darling you're too young
    Dude it's been a pleasant chat
    But I'm off to do my job
    'Cause we have the craziest crowd
    Waiting for this kittens to Miau

    Just like kids, we are late and our home is far away
    We do this, we do that
    I'm tired of waiting
    Just like kids, we are late and our home is far away
    We do this, we do that
    I'm tired of waiting

    We are all afraid of that long road
    I guess it's the sweetest
    I guess it's the warmest
    I guess it's the prettiest curse Writer/s: Ade Martin, Amber Grimbergen, Ana Perrrote, Carlotta Cosials
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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