Stain Yer Blood

Album: Friends: Music From The TV Series (1995)
  • It ain't no big deal that
    I feel you are layin' him
    I see you lain against the floor
    It ain't nobody's business
    Who you see or who you kiss
    I feel you breathing in the hall

    It's okay
    Stained and not for fun
    I won't stain your blood
    I won't stain love (x2)

    Got an eye for an exit
    And an ear that just begs to
    I hear does anybody here think you're great
    Forever they ignore us
    Not the guys that only bores us
    Together we're gonna love everything that they hate

    I don't care
    If she's right
    Cross my heart
    Hope to die
    Is it love?

    They're gonna talk about us
    They're gonna stare when we walk by
    They're gonna talk about us
    For the first time in our lives

    Is it love? Is it love? Writer/s: PAUL WESTERBERG
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind


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