Front Row

Album: Fantasies (2009)
  • I'm in the front row with a bottle
    Don't know what I can't decide
    I'm in the front row I'm a model
    Don't know what I can't describe

    Burned out stars they shine so bright
    All of us
    Burned out stars they shine so bright

    He's not perfect he's my hero
    Smashing the piano
    Spitting in the front row
    Chronic confrontation
    Psychic conversation
    Radical compassion
    Louder than the action
    All of us

    Burned out stars they shine so bright
    All of us
    Burned out stars they shine so bright
    All the stars

    I'm in the front row with a bottle
    Don't know what I can't decide
    I'm the front row I'm a model
    Don't know what I can't describe

    Burned out stars they shine so bright
    All of us
    Burned out stars they shine so bright
    All the stars

    He's not perfect he's a victim
    Of his occupation
    Social insulation
    Secret intervention
    Charging with possession
    I just wanna watch him
    Make or break and beat them

    Burned out stars they shine so bright
    All of us
    Burned out stars they shine so bright
    All the stars Writer/s: Emily Haines, James Shaw
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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