Girl That You Love

Album: Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die! (2013)
  • Drop every pretense
    Drown every sense you own
    For the girl that you love
    Girl you loathe
    Insistent pretext
    So what does that make god
    To the girl that you love
    Girl you loathe

    Girl that you love
    Girl that you love
    Girl that you love
    Knows you don't

    Denominations surrender all control (all control)
    To the girl that you love (girl that you love)
    All control (trol, trol, trol, trol, ...)
    Our indignation to every tainted soul (tainted soul)
    And the girl you love (girl you love)
    All control (all control)

    Girl that you love
    Girl that you love
    Girl that you love
    Knows you don't

    Girl that you love
    Girl that you love
    Girl that you love
    Knows you don't

    Followed her
    Followed her
    Followed her
    Followed her home

    Girl that you love
    Girl that you love Writer/s: Brendon Boyd Urie, Dallon James Weekes
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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