Happiness Is Overrated

Album: The Airborne Toxic Event (2008)
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  • And speaking of
    Little Miss Catherine
    I feel swell, oh well
    Because losing you
    Was something I always...

    Did so well
    I guess I just can't tell anymore
    And the feeling I get when I see your clothes
    Spread out on my floor
    Oh, I'm such a bore, I'm such a bore
    I don't do anything anymore
    I just count these ceiling tiles falling through my floor

    Sorry, I really lost my head
    I'm sorry, I really lost my head
    But you know those words that you said
    They get stuck here in my head
    And this feeling I dread, it makes me wish I was dead
    Or just alone instead, I'll be alone instead
    I don't need anyone in my bed
    Just these ceiling tiles falling through my head

    Sorry, I really lost my head
    Oh, I'm so sorry, I really lost my head
    Oh, those words you said Writer/s: MIKEL FRANS JOLLETT, NOAH HARMON
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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