Leave It Alone

  • We must never take these words too seriously
    Words are very important but then if we take them too seriously
    We destroy every thing

    I'm not one of those joiners
    I'm not down with the club
    There's no place I'm going to
    You see, it's the hole I dug

    I just leave it alone
    I just leave it alone
    I just leave it alone

    I'm not down with this one
    Their motives are much too severe
    And that one, they're much too serious
    I don't plan to make this a career

    I just leave it alone
    I just leave it alone
    I just leave it alone

    We're always talking about peace
    But it's pieces that we find
    What's with all this tension?
    What is on your mind?

    Why are we always talking about peace?
    But it's pieces that we find
    Tell me what's with all this tension
    Tell me what is on your mind

    I wouldn't get into that one
    Naw, don't go for all their hype
    And you know I'll never be like that one
    Come on, I'm just not the type

    Well I gotta leave it alone
    Just gotta leave it alone
    Gonna just leave it alone
    Just gotta leave it alone
    No, no, no

    Leave it alone
    Leave it alone
    Leave it alone Writer/s: MEHDI FAVERIS ESSADI
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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