At or With Me

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  • Are they laughing "at or with me"
    Oh, baby those are such great shoes
    And I think that I'm so happy now
    And I think this is a better you

    Oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh
    Are they laughing at or with me
    Oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh
    Why can't we just say what we mean

    People are just trying to fit in
    But is there something telling you
    You can't trust anyone in this town
    Oh, baby those are such great shoes

    Oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh
    Are they laughing at or with me
    Oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh
    Why can't we just say what we mean

    Don't put your money where your mouth is baby
    We don't want to see you choke
    Nobody's joking around here anymore
    Nobody's broking any high scores
    No dancing shoes have touched these dusty floors
    For such a long long time
    For such a long long time
    For such a long time

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    Are they laughing at or with me
    Oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh
    Why can't we just say what we mean

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    Oh oh oh ohWriter/s: JACK HODY JOHNSON
    Publisher: REACH MUSIC PUBLISHING
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