The Love Club

Album: The Love Club EP (2013)
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  • I'm in a clique but I want out
    It's not the same as when I was punched
    In the old days there was enough
    The card games and ease with the bitter salt of blood
    I was in but I want out
    My mother's love is choking me
    I'm sick of words that hang above my head
    What about the kid? It's time the kid got free

    Be a part of the love club
    Everything will glow for you
    You'll get punched for the love club
    For the love club

    I joined the club and it's all on
    There are fights for being my best friend
    And the girls get their claws out
    There's something about hanging out with the wicked kids
    Take the pill make it too ill
    The other day I forgot my old address
    I'm sitting pretty on the throne
    There's nothing more I want
    Except to be alone

    Be a part of the love club
    Everything will glow for you
    You'll get punched for the love club
    For the love club

    Your clothes are soaked and you don't know where to go
    So drop your chin and take yourself back home
    And roll out your maps and papers
    Find out your hiding places again
    The only problem that I got with the club
    Is how you're severed from the people who watched you grow up
    When you're a member go on your great adventure again
    They will be waiting at the end

    Be a part of the love club
    Everything will glow for you
    You'll get punched for the love club
    For the love club Writer/s: ELLA MARIJA LA YELICH O'CONNOR, JOEL LITTLE
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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