Count Me Out

Album: Avengers Assemble: Music from and Inspired by the Motion Picture (2012)
  • 21st century
    I'm the world's enemy
    All dressed up
    Nowhere to go

    Daddy's kid's
    Gonna make it big
    Take a seat
    Enjoy the show

    Push on me
    And I'll push you back
    In the end
    We're gonna win

    When you're lost in a crowd
    You gotta play it loud
    You gotta shout it
    If you wanna get in

    [Chorus]
    Feeling something
    It's real and breathing
    I feel like I don't belong
    (Get up, get out)
    I know it might be wrong
    (Turn it up, get loud)
    But don't you count me out
    (Break down, break down)
    Don't count me out!

    21st century
    Cannibal industry
    Chew me up
    Swallow me whole

    Overnight celebrity
    They all want a piece of me
    Suits want to
    Pick at my bones

    Push on me and I'll hit you back
    Before it ends, it's gotta begin
    We got ? that ya'll gonna love me
    Until my fifteen minutes comes to an end

    [Chorus]

    You don't know me
    And I don't know myself
    Separate me
    And save me from this Hell

    [Chorus]

    You don't know me
    And I don't know myself
    Separate me
    And save me from this Hell Writer/s: RICKY K. TIMAS, VINCENT E. BRANTLEY
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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