She Won't Follow You

Album: Say Anything (2009)
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  • Thought I was alone in my utter disgust
    'Til the old me started to bleed and we became us
    Lust in this trust in this social halitosis
    Combust to form stardust burning nuclear gust

    Who sets presidents up to farm oil
    It's the pigs who's tails curl out to pointed coil
    If you want to know more then mark "yes" at the end of your test
    In response to your call of distress we're the best

    (Meet me in the back room)
    I'll tell you everything, you everything, woah
    (Meet me in the back room)
    Just run away with me, just lay with me, woah

    They say rebellion exists in despair
    And their ironic facial hair
    The devil may or may not care
    I saw the look she gave to Mr. Cred
    She said don't let that blow go to your head
    She took my hand instead
    There's nothing like the brain of a beautiful girl
    When they grasp the fallacy of the world
    We're in the back room, back to back, breathing hard
    Reading the file on the heart they sought to defile

    (Yeah! Meet me in the back room)
    I'll tell you everything, you everything, woah
    (Meet me in the back room)
    Just run away with me, just lay with me, woah
    (Meet me in the back room)
    I'll tell you everything, you everything, woah
    (Meet me in the back room)
    Just run away with me, just lay with me, woah

    Alright!

    (Meet me in the back room)
    I'll tell you everything, you everything, woah
    (Meet me in the back room)
    Just run away with me, just lay with me, woah
    (Meet me in the back room)
    I'll tell you everything, you everything, woah
    (Meet me in the back room)
    Just run away with me, just lay with me, woah
    She won't follow you
    She won't follow you, she won't follow
    She won't follow you
    She won't follow you, she won't follow Writer/s: MAXIM BEMIS
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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