Isabel

Album: Glitterbug (2015)
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  • Two tickets to the rabbit hole, please
    I gave them half my earnings and all they gave me was this suite
    Shes fueling up whilst talking down to me
    God you must be the biggest caner this whole world has ever seen
    Take what you want from me, Isabel

    Isabel, you make it feel as though I've won and the dullest parts may never come
    Isabel, I'm much better Isabel
    When you're ripping my life apart
    I think it's you that's the true rock star around here

    It must be the oxygenated air
    That keeps my confidence rising and keeps my mind without a care
    And as nights in white satin hits its peak
    You grab me by the collar and whisper "What's in store for me?"
    Do what you will to me, Isabel

    Isabel, you make it feel as though I've won and the dullest parts may never come
    Isabel, I'm much better Isabel
    When you're ripping my life apart
    I think it's you that's the true rock star around here

    So tell me sweetheart, did they teach you all of this in a school?
    In a school, around here?
    Because I'm out my depth now, you can't leave me all alone in this bed
    Covered in your sweat and my fear
    I could do with keeping you near
    I could do with keeping you, Isabel

    Isabel, you make it feel as though I've won and the dullest parts may never come
    Isabel, I'm much better Isabel
    When you're ripping my life apart
    I think it's you that's the true rock star around here

    Around here
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    Around here Writer/s: Daniel Joseph Haggis, Matthew Edward Murphy, Tord Oeverland Knudsen
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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