You're To Blame

Album: Mammoth WVH (2021)
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  • I could walk away from this
    I could replace you
    We could talk our way through this
    I will erase you
    Erase you

    World still spins around me without you
    No one but yourself to blame
    Fought so hard but nothing's gonna change
    You're to blame

    I could take my time with this
    I can't escape you
    I am on my own in this
    I will erase you
    Erase you

    World still spins around me without you
    No one but yourself to blame
    Fought so hard but nothing's gonna change
    You're to blame

    World still spins around without you
    No one but yourself to blame
    Fought so hard but nothing's gonna change
    You're to blame
    You're to blame

    World still spins around me without you
    No one but yourself to blame (you're to blame)
    Fought so hard but nothing's gonna change
    You're to blame

    You're to blame Writer/s: Wolfgang Van Halen
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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