No Brains

Album: Does This Look Infected? (2002)
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  • Can't step in my way
    Head first in your love and dismay
    It's like beating the dead
    I can't stop going out on my head
    Whatever this could be I'll never know
    I never said it'd be the end all to be all
    I hate you today
    I can't find a way
    Don't drag me down now

    Goodbye, I've had enough frustration
    I won't get stuck, goodbye,
    This dead end situation,
    It's just not worth my time

    It's no better today
    I never thought it would end up this way
    You got somethin' to say?
    Don't want to hear it if it gets in my way
    All this confusion, wondering, so overwhelmed
    Disillusion seems so clear now
    Can't find your conclusion to support evolution
    Things aren't what they appear
    So what's the point of this hell?
    I know you too well we're running backwards

    Goodbye, I've had enough frustration
    I won't get stuck, goodbye,
    This dead end situation,
    It's just not worth my time
    But waiting so frustrating
    I'm so sick of all this tension
    Not to mention I'm so sick of
    Can't take it we won't make it
    Just save yourself this trouble
    Can't take it quite for yourself
    Cause I'm just fine

    You speak for all of us when you can't be heard
    I bet you haven't listened to not one word
    You speak for all of us when you can't be heard

    Goodbye, I've had enough frustration
    I won't get stuck, goodbye,
    This dead end situation,
    It's just not worth my time
    But waiting so frustrating
    I'm so sick of all this tension
    Not to mention I'm so sick of
    Sick of you Writer/s: DAVE BAKSH, DERYCK WHIBLEY, GREIG NORI, STEPHEN JOCZ
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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