Mad At Disney

Album: single release only (2020)
Charted: 60 107
  • I'm mad at Disney, Disney
    They tricked me, tricked me
    Had me wishing on a shooting star
    But now I'm twenty-something
    I still know nothing
    About who I am or what I'm not

    So call me a pessimist
    But I don't believe in it
    Finding a true love's kiss is bullsh-

    'Cause I felt sad love
    I felt bad love
    Sometimes happy love (happy love)
    Turns into giving up (giving up)
    I felt hurt love
    About the word love
    What the hell is love supposed to feel like?
    What the hell is love? What the hell is love?
    What the hell is love supposed to feel like?

    (Carry me away to a castle)
    (Where we will live happily ever after)

    My fairy grandma warned me
    Cinderella's story
    Only ended in a bad divorce
    The prince ain't sleeping when he
    Takes his sleeping beauty
    To the motel on his snow-white horse

    So call me a pessimist
    But I don't believe in it
    Finding a true love's kiss is bullsh-

    'Cause I felt sad love
    I felt bad love
    Sometimes happy love (happy love)
    Turns into giving up (giving up)
    I felt hurt love
    About the word love (word love)
    What the hell is love supposed to feel like?
    What the hell is love? What the hell is love?
    What the hell is love supposed to feel like?
    What the hell is love? What the hell is love?
    What the hell is love supposed to feel like?

    I'm mad at Disney, Disney
    They tricked me, tricked me
    No more wishing on a shooting star Writer/s: Bendik Moller, Jason Hahs, Salem Davern
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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