Lonely, Lonely

Taking Back Sunday

Flower tongue wilts
with too much sun
And that's where we've been
living for so long

Sending off the western coast
Watch the sun set
with your shrinking voice
I ain't the boy
She loves the most
I'm just enough to fill
the void her daddy left

Lonely, lonely, lonely, lonely
Don't you go changing for me
(She said) You wanna get me high
(She said) You wanna get me high
Lonely, lonely, lonely, lonely
Don't you go changing for me

But I often wonder just how
deep I could sink my teeth
Into the crease where
your all the place
Where all the
good times the grow, grow

Wouldn't taste the same,
the same for me
Wouldn't sound the
same coming from me
Such an awful tearing sound

Lonely, lonely, lonely, lonely
Don't you go changing for me
(She said) You wanna get me high
(She said) You wanna get me high
Lonely, lonely, lonely, lonely
Don't you go changing for me
Changing for me

All the things
they said about you
Paper thin walls
stacked around you
An hour glass's
silhouette and then

No matter how hard I try
Or how dirty you fight
There is no place
on God's great earth
Where you could
go to hide from me

Lonely, lonely, lonely, lonely
Don't you go changing for me
(She said) You wanna get me high
(She said) You wanna get me high
Lonely, lonely, lonely, lonely
Don't you go changing for me
Changing for me


Pronunciation dictionary

See more words