B A Nobody
by SOAK

Album: Before We Forgot How To Dream (2015)
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  • The teenage heart
    Is an unguarded dart
    We're trying hard
    To make something of what we are
    Dying trapped between
    The main blanket and new sheet
    We'll never amount
    To anything

    Come on, come on
    (Come on, come on)
    Be just like me
    Come on, come on
    (Come on, come on)
    Be a no body
    Come on, come on
    (Come on, come on)
    Be just like me
    Come on, come on
    (Come on, come on)
    Be a no body

    You ring, you ring a bell to show
    You're bleeding
    I watched, I saw your mind fall,
    Out of your head
    Weekends and cheap thrills,
    Risk it all for an inch of fun,
    We'll never amount
    To anything

    Come on, come on
    (Come on, come on)
    Be just like me
    Come on, come on
    (Come on, come on)
    Be a no body
    Come on, come on
    (Come on, come on)
    Be just like me
    Come on, come on
    (Come on, come on)
    Be a no body
    Be a no body

    Come on, come on
    (Come on, come on)
    Be just like me
    Come on, come on
    (Come on, come on)
    Be a no body
    Come on, come on
    (Come on, come on)
    Be just like me
    Come on, come on
    (Come on, come on)
    Be a no body
    Be a no body

    Come on, come on
    Come on, come on
    Be a no body
    Come on, come on
    Be just like me
    Come on, come on
    Be a no body Writer/s: BRIDIE MAE SIOBHAN MONDS WATSON, IAIN DENIS ARCHER
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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