Ain't Got Nothin'

Album: Dig Out Your Soul (2008)
  • They got nothing on me anymore,
    They got nothing on you
    I don't care what they say anymore,
    All I want is the truth

    I don't feel
    To unveil,
    Here's a song,
    Sing along

    They got nothing from me anymore,
    I got nothing from you
    I don't care what they say anymore,
    All I want is the truth

    I don't feel
    To unveil,
    Here's a song,
    Sing along
    Watch my style,
    Pick a place,
    Wipe the smile
    From your face

    I don't feel
    To unveil,
    Here's a song,
    Sing along
    Watch my style,
    Pick a place,
    Wipe the smile
    From your face

    They got nothing on me anymore,
    They got nothing on you
    I don't care what they say anymore,
    All I want is the truth Writer/s: LIAM GALLAGHER
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 2

  • D from Rich, VaJ - Great Dylan Thomas quote!
  • J from Port Huron , MiWhen you ain't got nothin', you got nothin' to lose.
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