All In Vain

Album: Come of Age (2012)
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  • Oh, you can't hold a gun to my head
    No, you can't hold a gun to my head
    Because baby, I would just refuse
    Baby, I would just refuse

    All in vain
    All in vain
    Well you don't know how I feel and I can't explain

    Oh, you can't hold a gun to my head
    No, you can't hold a gun to my head
    Because baby, I would just refuse
    Baby, I would just refuse

    All in vain
    All in vain
    When I follow anything that takes my life
    All in vain
    All in vain
    When I self-destruct for fun and I don't know why

    You might as well admit it
    Despite how you may see it
    I'm never gonna waste my time with you
    I don't know how you view it
    You know you kinda blew it
    I'm never gonna waste my time with you

    Oh, you can't hold a gun to my head
    No, you can't hold a gun to my head
    Because baby, I would just refuse
    Baby, I would just refuse

    All in vain
    All in vain
    When I ate an appetite that I can't refuse
    All in vain
    All in vain
    Having been there, I would never go again Writer/s: Arni Hjorvar Arnason, Freddie Clayton Cowan, Justin James Hayward-Young, Peter Gareth Christopher Robertson
    Publisher: Global Talent Publishing, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Universal Music Publishing Group
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