Bros

Album: My Love Is Cool (2015)
  • Shake your hair, have some fun
    Forget our mothers and past lovers, forget everyone
    Oh, I'm so lucky, you are my best friend
    Oh, there's no one, there's no one that knows me like you do

    Remember when we cut our hair
    Both looked like boys
    But we didn't care
    Stick it out together like we always do
    Oh, there's no one, there's no one quite like you

    Oh
    Jump that 43
    Are you wild like me
    Raised by wolves and other beasts
    I tell you all the time
    I'm not mad
    You tell me all the time
    I got plans

    Oh
    Jump that 43
    Are you wild like me
    Raised by wolves and other beasts
    I tell you all the time
    I'm not mad
    You tell me all the time
    I got plans

    Me and you
    Me and you
    Me and you
    We could do better, I'm quite sure
    Me and you
    Me and you
    Me and you
    We could do better, I'm quite sure

    Me me me, me me and you
    Me me me, me me and you Writer/s: Ellen Ciara Rowsell, Joel Donald Scott Amey, Jonathan David Oddie, Theodore Joseph Ellis
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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