Pick Up a Gun

Album: Supernova (2014)
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  • Walk through the field
    Sat in a tree
    I love you
    You don't love me

    Pick up a gun
    Shoot the TV
    I want you
    You don't want me

    That's OK, I don't give a damn

    Stood on a hill
    Only to scream
    I knew you
    You never knew me

    That's OK, nothings for free
    Never want to see your face again
    Never want to see your face again
    Never want to see your face again

    Got in my car
    Drove down the street
    I miss you
    You don't miss me

    Back in my room
    Alone in the dark
    Can't find you
    I can't find me

    That's OK, I can't feel a thing
    That's OK, I can't feel a thing
    Never want to see your face again
    Never want to see your face again
    Never want to see your face again

    Never want to see your face again Writer/s: RAYCHARLES JACK LAMONTAGNE
    Publisher: WORDS & MUSIC A DIV OF BIG DEAL MUSIC LLC, WORDS & MUSIC A DIV OF BIG DEAL MUSIC LLC
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