Everything You've Come To Expect

Album: Everything You've Come to Expect (2016)
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  • Tiger eyelashes, summer wine
    Goosebump soup and Honey Pie
    Piggy in the middle I'm the baddest daddy
    About to make my golden move
    Apocalyptic lipstick campaign
    Four Horsemen in a one horse race
    The dance she does to Shadowplay
    Appeals to an ancient impulse

    Ghost Riders and The Rat and Parrot
    Croc-skin collar on a Diamond Dog
    Dirtbag Ballet by the bins down the alley
    As I walk through the Chalet of the shadow of Death
    (Everything that you've come to expect)
    I guess the coastal air gets a girl to reflect
    (Everything that you've come to expect)
    I just can't get the thought of you and him out of my head
    (Everything that you've come to expect)
    Everything that you've come to expect

    Hotel room Holy Bible
    Hotel room free love revival
    Baby it's a never ending spiral
    'Looks a little bit like Paris

    Ghost Riders and The Rat and Parrot
    Croc-skin collar on a Diamond Dog
    Dirtbag Ballet by the bins down the alley
    As I walk through the Chalet of the shadow of Death
    (Everything that you've come to expect)
    I guess the coastal air gets a girl to reflect
    (Everything that you've come to expect)
    I just can't get the thought of you and him out of my head
    (Everything that you've come to expect)
    Everything that you've come to expect

    Everything that I've tried to forget
    (Everything that you've come to expect)
    Everything that I live to regret
    (Everything that you've come to expect)
    Everything that you've come to expect Writer/s: ALEX TURNER, MILES KANE
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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