Soft Boy

Album: single release only (2022)
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  • I'm living the dream
    It's just one of those dreams where you're losing all your teeth
    And if you think that it gets better
    Darling, take a look at me
    I'm in too deep
    It's the same dried ramen in a bowl I'm too lazy to clean
    But I'm not drunk texting my ex anymore
    I hope my father could be proud of me

    Still, I won't wear the cat ears
    I won't wear the cat ears
    I won't wear the cat ears

    It's not an ahegao hoodie, it's a work of art
    I get turned on by my reflection in passing cars
    I'm looking for a window to another world
    Where I don't feel as lost and bored
    I just don't wanna be a soft boy anymore
    I wanna be yours

    I'm living the dream
    If you consider the dream to be haircuts and apathy
    And if you think that I'll get better
    Well, darling, take a look at me
    I'm in too deep
    It's the same hairstyle that I've had since I was seventeen
    And I don't know why
    Mother, are you proud of me?

    Still, I won't wear the cat ears
    I won't wear the cat ears
    I won't, I won't wear the cat ears
    Please, please, just don't make me wear the cat ears
    I'm so done with the cat ears

    It's not an ahegao hoodie, it's a work of art
    I get turned on by my reflection in passing cars
    I'm looking for a window to another world
    Where I don't feel as lost and bored
    I just don't wanna be a soft boy anymore
    I wanna be yours

    I wanna be yours
    I wanna be yours
    Oh-oh
    It's not an ahegao hoodie, it's a work of art Writer/s: Will Gold
    Publisher: DistroKid
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