What Happened To Your Band

Album: McBusted (2014)
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  • Tonight, I feel like I just wanna let it go
    And hang with a crowd that I don't even know
    So I don't lose my mind
    Back home, the words that I hear are so predictable
    They fuck with my mind, make me miserable
    They gotta know first hand
    They wanna understand
    What happened to your band?
    What are your future plans?
    I'm like your biggest fan
    Where'd you go, I've been lost without you, baby
    Time moves slow, I ain't seen you on the TV lately
    I walk through the neighbourhood where I used to live
    And the only thing that people ask me is
    What happened to your band?
    What happened to your band?
    What happened to your band?
    What are your future plans?
    I'm like your biggest fan
    Where'd you go, I've been lost without you, baby
    Time moves slow, I ain't seen you on the TV lately
    Where'd you go (go go go)?
    Time moves slow (slow slow slow)
    Where'd you go, I've been lost without you, baby
    Time moves slow, I ain't seen you on the TV lately
    Where'd you go, I've been lost without you, baby
    Time moves slow, I ain't seen you on the TV lately
    What happened to your band? Writer/s: JAMES BOURNE, JOHN FIELDS, MICHAEL RAPHAEL, TOMMY HENRIKSEN
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Walt Disney Music Company, WORDS & MUSIC A DIV OF BIG DEAL MUSIC LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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