Pas de Cheval

Album: Pretty. Odd (2008)
  • Oh, little did she know
    Couldn't let me go
    Already a part of her

    So, often do I need
    People in between
    That just can't get a hold of it

    So we'll just sing it for them
    Ah
    Yeah, we'll just sing it for them
    (Just can't get a hold of it)
    So we'll just sing it for them
    Ah
    Yeah, we'll just sing it

    It's the greatest thing that's yet to have happened
    Imagine knowing me
    It's the greatest thing you'd ever imagine
    But you'll never know until you're there
    No, you'll never know until you're there

    Slow, leave walking to the world
    Give your feet a chance

    They'll do all the thinking
    Toast, high until they find
    Less pathetic wine
    Until they get a better blend

    And we'll just drink it for them
    Ah
    Yeah we'll just drink it for them
    (Until they get a better plan)
    So we'll just drink it for them
    Yeah we'll just drink it

    It's the greatest thing that's yet to have happened
    Imagine knowing me
    It's the greatest thing you'd ever imagine
    But you'll never know until you're there
    No, you'll never know until you're there

    It's the greatest thing that's yet to have happened
    Imagine knowing me
    It's the greatest thing you'd ever imagine
    But you'll never know until you're there
    No, you'll never know until you're there

    No, you'll never know until you're thereWriter/s: BRENDON URIE, GEORGE ROSS, JONATHAN WALKER, SPENCER SMITH
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 3

  • Clb from A Place, Vaone of my favorite songs on the album
  • Brittany from Townsville, Australiaanother Pretty. Odd song [Laugh][snicker]... ...[Giggle]
  • Robin from Oakville, Onthe name of this song was originally "sing it for them" untill they came up with this name which is a balerina move which represents a horse gallop
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