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One Way Trigger lyrics

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Strokes – One Way Trigger lyrics

Get dressed in your bed, all seems the same
But isn’t mad, but it was not pride
Tell me, tell me, tell me what you understand
Show me, show me, show me a better plan
In some ways, it’s someone else’s plan
Hearing it can’t smile

You ask me to stay,
You ask me to stay,
You ask me to stay,
But there’s a million reasons to leave

Find a job, find a plan, find a home, find a dog
Settle down, out of town
Find a dream, shut it down!

Please please don’t point it that way
Just to trigger everything all once and you’ll be unafraid
I wish that I didn’t notice, but it never was that way
This island statue God is gone, gone, gone

Tell me, tell me won’t you understand?
Show me, show me, show me

You ask me to stay,
You ask me to stay,
You ask me to stay,
But there’s a million reasons to leave

Show me what to say, show me what to be
Show me where to see, show me what to do

Find a job, find a plan, find a home, find a dog
Settle down, out of town
Find a dream, shut it down!

I don’t wanna be here down with you
I don’t wanna live a day without your lovely love
But I wait for your loss
Can’t wait for little things



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