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Cars – Double Trouble lyrics

They got a line on you,
Little bit of trouble too,
You got, some jets inside,
Cherry lips, and delirious eyes.

You get in trouble,
And it keeps you down,
Double trouble.
You get in trouble,
And you come to town,
Double trouble,
Oh yea

They better chain your hands,
And you, spread some evil,
Pick and pan.

Hey, You sure got,
Some jets inside,
But you got a little,
With those empty eyes

You get in trouble,
And it keeps you down,
Double trouble,
You get in trouble
And you come to town,
Double Trouble,
Oh yea

You've got (got),
Some jets inside,
Baby, Broken promises,
Broken pride

You get in trouble
And it keeps you down,
Double trouble.
You get in trouble,
And you come to town,
Double trouble,
Oh yeah,

You got some trouble,
(double trouble)
And it keeps you down,
Double trouble,
You get in trouble,
And you come to town
Double trouble,

That double trouble,
Oh yeah.



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