Wilco (The Song)

Album: Wilco (The Album) (2009)
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  • Are you under the impression
    This isn't your life?
    Do you dabble in depression?
    Is someone twisting a knife in your back?
    Are you being attacked?
    Oh this is a fact, that you need to know, oh, oh, oh, oh

    Wilco, Wilco, Wilco will love you, baby

    Are times getting tough?
    Are the roads you travel rough?
    Have you had enough of the old?
    Tired of being exposed to the cold?
    Stare at your stereo
    Put on your headphones before you explode, oh, oh, oh, oh

    Wilco, Wilco, Wilco will love you, baby

    So many wars that just can't be won, oh, oh, oh
    Even before the battle's begun, oh, oh, oh
    This is all of our arms open wide
    Sonic shoulder for you to cry, cry, cry, on

    Wilco, Wilco will love you, baby

    Is someone twisting a knife in your back?
    Are you being attacked?
    Oh this is a fact that you need to know, oh, oh, oh, oh

    Wilco, Wilco, Wilco, Wilco, Wilco will love you, baby Writer/s: GLENN KOTCHE, JEFFREY SCOTT TWEEDY, JOHN CHADWICK STIRRATT, MIKAEL JORGENSEN, NELS CLINE, PAT SANSONE
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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