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Dents in the carpet where the couch used to be
And dust frames remain where the pictures used to hang
I guess she got all the things she needs
She took everything but me

She doesn’t love me anymore
I guess it’s time to close the door
This empty house on Lost Hope Lane
Don’t bring me nothin’ but pain
It don’t bring me nothin’ but pain

I’m gonna burn it down all the way to the ground
Gasoline or kerosene and just one match is all I need
I’m gonna let it go all the way up in smoke
Let the wind scatter them ashes all over this town
I’m gonna burn it down

These four walls were built on love
Now nothin’ remains of us
Forever used to live in this place
But now I’ll watch it go up in flames
Gonna watch it go up in flames

I’m gonna burn it down all the way to the ground
Gasoline or kerosene and just one match is all I need
I’m gonna let it go all the way up in smoke
Let the wind scatter them ashes all over this town
Burn it down, burn it down

I’m gonna burn it down all the way to the ground
Gasoline or kerosene and just one match is all I need
Let it go all the way up in smoke
Let the wind scatter them ashes all over this town
I’m gonna burn it down, down, down

She got all the things she needs
She took everything but me



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