In Case of Fire

Album: Uptown Special (2015)
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    Second Adderall
    To take the edge off the crazy

    Jump out the window
    A human cannonball
    Congratulations, baby

    Break glass
    Don't you look back
    In case of fire

    Escape plan
    Grab what you can
    In case of fire

    (Girl you know you got burned)

    Last flight to Juarez
    Two frozen credit cards
    Another borrowed vacation

    Girl, you're a day late
    And twenty thousand short
    Belated realizations

    Break glass
    Don't you look back
    In case of fire

    Escape plan
    Grab what you can
    In case of fire

    Bad girl
    With good moves
    Big dreams
    But a little confused
    You start fires
    That you can't put out
    Just watch it burn

    Lifetime of heartbreak
    And out of cigarettes
    A melancholy equation

    Sweet summer memories
    Of the day we met
    Please change the radio station

    Break glass
    Don't you look back
    In case of fire

    Escape plan
    Grab what you can
    In case of fire

    Bad girl
    With good moves
    Big dreams
    But a little confused
    You start fires
    That you can't put out
    Just watch it burn
    Just watch it burn
    Just watch it burn
    Just watch it burn, watch it burn
    Just watch it burn Writer/s: Alex Greenwald, Jeffrey Bhasker, Mark Ronson, Michael Chabon, Nick Movshon, Rufus Wainwright
    Publisher: CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
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