She's So Bendable

Album: Stir The Blood (2009)
  • Ain't a soul who's seen
    A loser like me
    It was she, it was she
    She put the devil in me
    Wasn't me, wasn't me
    I don't have it in me
    (That remains to be seen)

    Girls like you
    Don't need a thing
    Cause girls like you
    Hate everything

    You're gonna kill me
    When you hear this song
    Does she still love me
    Or was I wrong
    (I'm losin' track, please take me back)

    She's so bendable
    She's so bendable
    She's so bendable
    She's so bendable. Writer/s: MICHAEL BARRETO HINDERT
    Publisher: BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group
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