Juicebox

Album: First Impressions Of Earth (2005)
Charted: 5 98
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  • Everybody sees me
    But it's not that easy
    Standing in the life fields
    Standing in the light fields
    Waiting for some action
    Waiting for some action over
    Why won't you come over here?

    Why won't you come over here?
    We've got a city to love

    Why won't you come over here?
    We've got a city to love

    Oh damn good years
    ?
    I know you messed up
    When I saw you

    You're cold you're so cold
    You're so cold you're so cold

    Nobody can see me
    Everything's too easy
    Standing in the life field
    Standing in the light field
    Waiting for some action
    Waiting for some action

    She said why won't you come over here?

    Why won't you come over here?
    We've got a city to love

    Why won't you come over here?
    We've got a city to love

    Oh down the soul

    And I said set free
    You never chose me
    For a while it was nice
    But it's time to say goodbye

    Cold you're so cold
    You're so cold you're so cold

    No no no cold
    You're so cold you're so cold you're so cold

    Oh no no no no cold
    You're so cold you're so cold you're so cold
    No no you're so cold Writer/s: Henry Nicola Mancini, Julian Casablancas
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, Spirit Music Group, BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 4

  • Ryan from Anahola, HiI like the bass part of this song.
  • Corey from Richmond, VaOne of the best songs ever!
  • Tyler from Knoxville, TnIt's not the "Peter Gunn" theme, although its very close.
  • Ben from La, CaThere is something quite catchy about this song. one of the most unique popular rock songs i have heard in a while.
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