Too Young To Die

Album: not on an album (2010)
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  • I knew I was in trouble
    the moment I lay my eyes on you...yeah
    Dangerously I could feel
    the chemistry around the room
    Something deep inside
    told me to think twice
    But I went ahead what a stupid thing to do
    Now i'm in trouble


    Hit by a train, falling from a building,
    heartbreak from you would be like drinking deadly poison
    I'm too young to die
    Crashing my car, coming flying through the windshield
    Falling in love with you
    I'm heading to get me kill
    I'm too young to die


    I could see you coming
    like a weather warning on the news
    (like a twister)
    Like a Venus flytrap,
    I'm drawn so please be careful,
    I bruise
    f you were in my place,
    would you turn and walk away, be through
    I'm must be outta my mind and you could do some time,
    it's true

    (repeat chorus)

    don't wanna die this way
    Get caught in the middle
    and for just a little, my heart would break
    I'm just another victim of love (everytime I love)

Comments: 1

  • Mike from Santa Barbara, CaGiven the way that Lindsay Lohan's life has turned out, many think that these lyrics may turn out to be ironic in the worst way possible. One hopes she comes to her senses before it reaches that point.
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