FIXURLIFEUP

Album: PLECTRUMELECTRUM (2014)
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  • Tell me how some people walk in the sun
    While others just walk in the dark
    Looking at the world through a barrel of a gun
    Hands behind their back and a parked car
    With a miracle you might get better
    And under you're sure to be toast
    You'll always get the dream that you deserve
    From what you value the most

    You need to fix your life up
    Fix your life up
    Fix it up

    Go with the guitar is twelve times better than another crazy voice
    Trying to be a star
    When you're just another brick in a misogynistic world, the noise (?)
    When the leaders learn how to follow
    And then all the people lead
    Instead of everybody getting what they want
    They can get what they need

    You need to fix your life up (Alright)
    Fix your life up
    Fix your life up
    Don't worry about what the crowd does
    Just worry about being good at what you love
    Don't make this complicated
    You know it's true
    Don't make us put somebody else in for you Writer/s: Prince Rogers Nelson
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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