Taper Jean Girl

Album: Aha Shake Heartbreak (2005)
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  • Aha shake taper jean girl with a motel face
    Aha shake bury your eyes in a secret place
    Aha shake black as night on a Sunday

    Cunts watch their bodies, no room for make up
    I think he's tasted, tasted the watcher

    Heartbreak knockin' 'em down like the seventh grade
    Heartbreak, cigarettes and songs, with a winter's chafe
    Heartbreak keep like my daughter and a run away

    Cunts watch their bodies, no room for make up
    I think he's tasted, tasted the watcher

    Aha shake tapered jean girl kills me

    Cunts watch their bodies, no room for make up
    I think he's tasted, tasted the watcher Writer/s: Caleb Followill, Jared Followill, Matthew Followill, Nathan Followill
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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