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Colin Giles – Watch Your Mouth lyrics

Your word word word
It just dont make sense to me
Don't be ubsurd and don't fool me with your word
Your spirits they're howling at the moon
The man in the moon is playing your tune but you left too soon
You're alright
Your eyes are bloodshot red
Bloodshot red take a trip to the moon

You better watch your mouth what you say
I see you're running you're running away
Watch your mouth watch your mouth what you say

Tell me what you're gunna do
If your day is dark go to the park
But don't stare at the sun too long
You're blind but who needs to see anyway
I'll just cover my eyes
With my own two hands
My own two hands to cover your bloodshot eyes

You better watch your mouth what you say
I see you're running you're running away
Watch your mouth watch your mouth what you say

Tell me what you're gunna do
If your day is dark go to the park
But don't stare at the sun too long
You're blind but who needs to see anyway
I'll just cover my eyes
With my own two hands
My own two hands to cover your bloodshot eyes



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