The Club

Album: I Don't Run (2018)
  • Lately I've been noticing a change in your walking
    My baby, all the time you'll be demanded to smile
    To fill out their pride
    I wanna show you the colors they hide
    I wanna prove that the cat doesn't have to be black
    I wanna show you the jokes that they usually use
    Against you in the nights they're on drugs

    No, I'm friendly saying no
    Last night was wrong, I know
    You don't need a lover
    But I don't want
    I don't wanna go

    Honey, don't pretend that you're not changing your talking
    Politely, can I ask you what the hell do they have
    That you want so bad?
    I wanna show you it's cool to grow up
    I wanna prove that your clock doesn't stop at the club
    I wanna show you the value that you can't help losing
    Amusing them, you're not that kind

    No, I'm friendly saying no
    Last night was wrong, I know
    That you don't need a lover
    But I don't want
    I don't wanna go

    No, I'm friendly saying no
    Last night was wrong, I know
    That you don't need a lover
    But I'm not gonna go Writer/s: Adelaida Martin Simancas, Amber Imara Grimbergen, Ana Garcia Perrote, Carlota Pebbles Fernandez Cosials
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