How I Met Your Mother

Album: Off the Deep End (2009)
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  • Heard you say you're too good for me
    When you got dumped and called me over it blew my head right away
    Never wanted me, now you left the keys
    Through the dark and up the stairs i can hardly breathe
    Waited all my life
    For this kiss tonight
    Sneaking out your window now
    There is only one way to find out
    The grass is so far down
    My pants are falling to the ground
    Two's company but three's a crowd
    Regret it, forget it
    How I met your mother now
    Freaking out
    We're naked now
    In the dark our lips connect
    Hush don't make a sound
    Then I knew
    Too good to be true
    Thoose green eyes had turned to blue
    Realized it wasn't you
    Waited all my life
    Then it crashed tonight
    Sneaking out your window now
    There is only one way to find out
    The grass is so far down
    My pants are falling to the ground
    Two's company but three's a crowd
    Regret it, forget it
    How I met your mother now
    And when you ran into the room
    You screamed, didn't know what to do
    You can't learn this in school
    I never dreamed this is how it'd be
    One day I hope you'll forgive me
    So tell me now who's laughing
    Heard you say
    Too good for me
    Now your mom just picked me up in her Escalade
    Sneaking out your window now
    There is only one way to find out
    The grass is so far down
    My pants are falling to the ground
    Two's company but three's a crowd
    Regret it, forget it
    How I met your mother now
    How I met your mother now
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