Bankrupt!

Album: Bankrupt! (2013)
  • Justice done

    People in fashion
    Rattle, don't hesitate
    I look at my own, your chances are slim
    Victory lap, for unfettering eyes
    Dating vendetta win small spray pesticide

    Justice done

    Caledonian, rich and young
    Self-entitled portrait
    Court in session, justice done
    I'll rush into it anyway
    Forever is for everyone else
    We're off a couple secrets
    Another lonely Tuesday home
    Stolen kisses anyone near

    Caledonian, rich and young
    Self-entitled portrait
    Court in session, justice done
    I'll rush into it anyway
    Forever is for everyone else
    We're off a couple secrets
    Another lonely Tuesday home
    Stolen kisses anyone near

    Caledonian, rich and young
    Self-entitled portrait Writer/s: CHRISTIAN MAZZALAI, FREDERIC MOULIN, LAURENT MAZZALAI, THOMAS CROQUET
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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