Shinobi vs. Dragon Ninja

Album: Thefakesoundofprogress (2001)
Charted: 41
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  • Got it all too high
    Got it figured out,
    I want to do whatever
    Laugh until September
    And I seem to think that you are one to be with me
    Maybe I was wrong
    You were moving on
    And I sit and wonder
    Falling under

    Get my way or nothing will move on
    Everyone has gone
    You feel so empty, but I've got me a friend
    And I like it

    And I know you say I can care for someone
    But are you that clever that you smile forever?
    If its something like here
    Cause I just don't feel it

    Baby its a treaty
    Maybe you are not her
    And I sit and wonder, falling under
    Get my way or nothing will move on
    Everyone has gone.

    You feel so empty, but I've got me a friend
    And I like it, oh!
    Say now, got it for all of me
    Answer why

    Laugh until September,
    And I seem to think that you were once here with me Writer/s: IAN WATKINS, LEE GAZE, MICHAEL LEONARD CHIPLIN, MICHAEL RICHARD LEWIS, RICHARD JAMES OLIVER, STUART RICHARDSON
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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