Fort Hood

Album: Golden Delicious (2008)
  • I'd rather
    Watch movie
    Stars get fat
    I'd rather
    Hang up the flag
    And be done with it
    I'd rather
    Keep the frenzy
    And the fire
    Out of my mind
    I'd rather take sides
    In an argument
    I'd rather
    Crank up the bass
    In a dark basement
    I'd rather
    Leave the mobs
    And the murder
    In a distant land

    Let the sunshine in
    Let the sunshine in
    The sunshine in, in

    My vote's a bed
    And a football pool
    Five on the red
    And six on the blue
    Wake up, fool
    This is no time
    For a shouting match
    I smell blood
    And there's
    No blood around

    Blanked out eyes
    And the blanked out sound
    See them coming back
    In an airport lounge

    Let the sunshine in
    Let the sunshine in
    The sunshine in, in

    Let the sunshine in
    Let the sunshine in
    The sunshine in

    You should be
    Getting stoned
    With a prom dress girl
    You should still believe
    In an endless world
    You should
    (Pass young cheesy?)
    In a parking lot

    Let the sunshine in
    Let the sunshine in
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, BMG Rights Management
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