Sex

Album: Sex (2012)
Charted: 34
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  • And this is how it starts
    You take your shoes off in the back of my van
    My shirt looks so good
    When it's just hanging off your back
    And she said use your hands and my spare time
    We've got one thing in common it's this tongue of mine
    She said she's got a boyfriend anyway

    There's only minutes before I drop you off
    And all we seem to do it talk about sex
    She's got a boyfriend anyway
    She's got a boyfriend anyway
    I love your friend when I saw his film
    He's got a funny face but I like that because he still looks cool
    She's got a boyfriend anyway
    She's got a boyfriend anyway

    Now we are on the bed in my room
    And I'm about to fill his shoes
    But you say no
    But do you say no
    Does he take care of you
    Or could I easily fill his shoes
    Do you say no
    Do you say no

    And now we're just outside of town
    And you're making your way down
    She's got a boyfriend anyway
    She's got a boyfriend anyway
    And I'm not trying to stop you love
    But if we're gonna do anything we might as well just fuck
    She's got a boyfriend anyway
    She's got a boyfriend anyway

    You've got your tongue pierced anyway
    You in your hightops anyway
    You in your skinny jeans anyway
    You and your fit friends anyway
    I'd take them all out any day
    They've all got back combs anyway
    You've all got boyfriends anyway Writer/s: Adam Brian Thomas Hann, George Bedford Daniel, Matthew Timothy Healy, Ross Stewart MacDonald
    Publisher: CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC, Downtown Music Publishing, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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