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So I’ll sit back and watch the fireworks
Or I’ll just sit back and watch myself burn out
Burn out
It’ll be the kind of show that only you and I would know how to
Put on

White knuckled hands to the wheel
Red faced and maybe this time
You’ll know how it feels
To be where I am
Right where you are
White lies don’t hold a candle to the fire you start
When you start holding out
Stop holding out
You’re holding out

Crash and burn
I’ll crash and learn my lesson
You’ll be the greatest teacher that I have ever had
Bruise and break
I’ll bruise and take my chances on
Someone other than you

Taste it [x2]
What’s that bitter in my mouth?
The bitter taste that comes from finding out
You were the last to know
How would you know?
Why do I feel like the outside looking in?
Don’t know where to start but you know how it ends
How does it end? [x3]

Crash and burn
I’ll crash and learn my lesson
You’ll be the greatest teacher that I have ever had
Bruise and break
I’ll bruise and take my chances on
Someone other than you

Crash and burn
I’ll crash and learn my lesson
You’ll be the greatest teacher that I have ever had
Bruise and break
I’ll bruise and take my chances on
Someone other than you



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