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I'll bet you thought that I forgot about our deal
But I am a man of my word, so they'd be strange and absurd
I'm just trying to keep it real
And I know I lost a bet, but I haven't lost you yet,
And if drinking lemonade for the rest of our days would save you
You know I would do... it

Remember Regina and Sarah and cereal bowls
And wearing our hats even when it's not cold
I'll never relate to your city peeps
'Cause I do most of my thuggin' on suburban streets
I get terrified, but I'm fine when I'm with you

You should know that I love it when you sing
But I'd love it even more if you'd stop hitting things
Regardless, I'd be heartless
Without you

Well I haven't yelled at someone in a pretty long time
And the last time that I did, I regretted it
I can't wait 'til senior year, when I will live in constant fear
'Cause you'll act like a zombie and slobber all on me
You know that I hate it, but I wouldn't trade it
For any asshole you don't like

Yeah you're stuck with me for the rest of our afterlives



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