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Nasty Habit – Goodbye lyrics

Days go by and seasons change
This dead end town it still stays the same
This aint the way, i wan't to live
I feel I've got so much more to give

Someday, we're gonna pack our bags and leave
One day, yes I swear that we'll break free
From this average boring kind of life
I swear someday I'm gonna get it right

Goodbye, and good riddance to this small town
Draggin' me down
Next time, you wont see me around

We talk about, our hopes and dreams
And everything that we wanna be
We try so hard, to get it right
I feel like I'm wastin' most of my life

Someday, we're gonna pack our bags and leave
One day, yes I swear that we'll break free
From this average boring kind of life
I swear someday I'm gonna get it right

Goodbye, and good riddance to this small town
Draggin' me down
Next time, you wont see me around
Don't come looking for me
Don't you try and warn me
This time i've made up my mind, I'm movin on

Goodbye, and good riddance to this small town
Draggin' me down
Next time, you wont see me around
Goodbye, and good riddance to this small town
Draggin' me down
Next time, you wont see me around



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