Call Me Back

Album: Angles (2011)
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  • Wait time is the worst
    I can hardly sit
    No one has the time
    Someone's always late

    I look for you
    And you look for me
    Whoa, oh, oh, oh, oh

    I don't know why
    I came down
    I hold your phone
    Don't wake up
    I hear a voice
    In the ground

    Tell me, don't tell me
    The hard part is damning
    There's something that you would not like me to tell you
    Tell me, don't tell me
    The hard part is damning
    There's something that you would not like me to tell you

    Wait time is to blame
    Mat top frame's a trip
    We all have the time
    Someone's always fed
    I look for you, and you look away
    Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh

    I don't know why
    I came down
    I hold your phone
    Don't wake up
    I hear a voice
    In the ground

    Waking up is so much fun to do.
    (Tell me, don't tell me
    '80 movie make out party, yeah
    There's something that you would not like me to tell you)
    (Tell me, don't tell me
    There's something that you would not like me to tell you) Writer/s: Julian Casablancas, Nick Valensi
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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