Bad Mood

Album: Come of Age (2012)
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  • Better to be ready if you rattle my cage
    Oh, I should loosen up some, baby, I know
    But I get angrier with age
    Better to be ready if you rattle my cage

    Oh, you look disappointed in me
    Oh, am I not as thoughtful as you thought I'd be?
    Yeah, I know I'm always givin' you the third degree
    But you look disappointed in me

    Now I'm in a bad, bad mood
    A bad, bad mood
    I'm in a bad, bad mood
    A bad, bad mood

    We'll rate, generate, generate some more
    So what you singin' 'bout summer for?
    Forgive me if I'm untoward
    And out of order, but I suspect
    That with respect to your perception
    You're lookin' in the wrong direction
    As I'm sure, you'll conclude
    I'm in a pretty awful mood

    Better to be ready if you rattle my cage
    And I know I'm always puttin' it on you
    But I get angrier with age
    Better to be ready if you rattle my cage

    Now I'm in a bad, bad mood
    A bad, bad mood
    I'm in a bad, bad mood
    A bad, bad mood
    I'm in a bad, bad mood
    A bad, bad mood Writer/s: Arni Hjorvar Arnason, Freddie Clayton Cowan, Justin James Hayward-Young, Peter Gareth Christopher Robertson
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Universal Music Publishing Group
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