Can't Lose

Album: With Love and Squalor (2006)
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  • The party's alright, I might wanna stop drinking
    What were we talking about?
    My body won't tell my mind what I've been thinking
    Before it's outta my mouth
    Ow

    The minute I get upset, that's it, it's over
    I'm already outta the room
    Why can't I just forget that?
    I know what's gonna hurt
    There's not much else I can do
    Ow

    I'm breaking my own rules
    Becoming someone else
    Everybody says I oughta get over myself
    I'm thinking I can't move
    If there isn't somewhere else
    To go

    I've probably made mistakes that I've forgotten
    It's all ambiguous now
    I'd be willing to take the shape of what you wanted
    I could just figure it out
    Ow

    I'm breaking my own rules
    Becoming someone else
    Well everybody says I oughta get over myself
    I'm thinking I can't move
    If there isn't somewhere else
    To go

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    I'm breaking my own rules
    Becoming someone else
    Well everybody says I oughta get over myself
    I'm thinking I can't move
    If there isn't somewhere else
    To go

    Whoa, whoa

    It's changing my issues
    As far as I can tell
    Well everybody says I oughta get over myself
    I'm thinking I can't lose
    If there isn't somewhere else
    To go Writer/s: CHRISTOPHER CAIN, KEITH MURRAY, MICHAEL TAPPER
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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