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You should blame yourself,
You and no one else
You can say you're not,
But you were guilty as well

Instead of making sense,
Talking like we're friends
You think it's a better idea

Calling, calling
Calling me names
Don't think it's gonna change me
Calling me names
Calling, calling
Calling me names
Don't think it's ever gonna change me
Calling me names,
Calling, calling me names

The nights you talk about,
I always forget
Something I did or something I should not have said
When I think we're good,
It happens again
You think it's a better idea

Calling, calling
Calling me names
Don't think it's gonna change me
Calling me names
Calling, calling
Calling me names
Don't think it's ever gonna change me
Calling me names
Calling, calling me names

You should blame yourself
You and no one else
You can say you're not,
But you were guilty as well
Instead of making sense,
Talking like we're friends
You think it's a better idea

Calling, calling
Calling me names
Don't think it's gonna change me
Calling me names
Calling, calling
Calling me names
Don't think it's ever gonna change me
Calling me names
Calling, calling

Calling me names
Don't think it's gonna change me
Calling me names
Calling, calling
Calling me names
Don't think it's ever gonna change me
Calling me names,
Calling, calling me names



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