Album: Red Light Fever (2010)
  • Where do you go with all of those scars
    They read like a map
    They tell you right where you are
    Can you still relate?
    Do you want to?

    What do you see when you turn out the lights?
    And you close all the doors
    Alone in the night
    Can you still escape?
    Does it haunt you?

    Better watch your back because it's party time
    Hold on if you think you're guilty of the crime

    Way down, that's where you go
    Everything stops and it feels like a show
    They're watching now
    Do they really want you?

    Who do you blame when it all falls apart
    And the time that you waste brings you back to the start
    Baby this is what you have to go through

    No one gets by without any scars
    And the truths and the lies can hide who you are
    Just another face that you can talk to

    Better watch your back because it's party time
    Hold on if you think you're guilty of the crime

    Way down, that's where you go
    Everything stops and it feels like a show
    They're watching now
    Do they really want you?

    Way down, that's where you go
    Everything stops and it feels like a show
    They're watching now
    Do they really want you?

    Better watch your back because it's party time
    Hold on if you think you're guilty of the crime

    Way down, that's where you go
    Everything stops and it feels like a show
    They're watching now
    Do they really want you?

    Way down, that's where you go
    Everything stops and it feels like a show
    They're watching now
    Do they really want you?

    Way down, that's where you go
    Everything stops and it feels like a show
    They're watching now
    Do they really want you? Writer/s: GANNIN DUANE ARNOLD, CHRIS CHANEY, TAYLOR HAWKINS, THOMAS ANDREW HESTER, BRIAN HAROLD MAY
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, RESERVOIR MEDIA MANAGEMENT INC
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