Be Alone

Album: Paramore (2013)
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  • So what if I don't have a lot to talk about?
    I shove my mouth and keep it locked until it comes
    And what if I don't ever want to leave my house?
    Stay on the couch while all my friends are going out

    Alone
    You should be alone
    Yeah, you should be alone
    You should be alone with me
    We could be alone
    Yeah, we could be alone
    But never get too low on me

    I make the journey down the hall back to my room
    But you want time then let it ride inside in silence too
    See I ain't want to climb some social ladder too
    Some Shanghai-La's that all the cool kids will abuse

    Alone
    You should be alone
    Yeah, you should be alone
    You should be alone with me
    We could be alone
    Yeah, we could be alone
    But never get too low on me

    We could be alone together

    Oh oh oh oh oh, Oh oh oh oh oh oh
    I'm alone, now I'm in love with you alone
    Oh oh oh oh oh, Oh oh oh oh oh oh
    Come be alone, I'll be in love with you alone

    Oh oh oh oh oh

    You should be alone
    Yeah, you should be alone
    You should be alone with me
    We could be alone
    Yeah, we could be alone
    But never get too low on me

    You should be alone
    Yeah, you should be alone
    You should be alone with me
    We could be alone
    Yeah, we could be alone
    But never get too low on me Writer/s: HAYLEY WILLIAMS, TAYLOR YORK
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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