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All I hear is static when you talk
All I hear is static when you talk
No, you don't make any sense
It's all noise to me

All I hear is static when you talk
All I hear is static when you talk
No, you don't make any sense
It's all noise to me

All I hear is static
'Cause my brain's on automatic
My emotions are on cruise control

My head has fucking had it
With you talking so erratic
And I think it's going to explode

I don't want to hear you plea
Could you please step out from in front
Of the TV?

All I hear is static when you talk
All I hear is static when you talk
No, you don't make any sense
It's all noise to me

All I hear is static when you talk
All I hear is static when you talk
No, you don't make any sense
It's all noise to me

All I hear is static
'Cause my brain's on automatic
My emotions are on cruise control

I wish you could be quiet
But you always start a riot
When I pick up the remote control

I don't care about your day
Could you please get out of the way
So I can see?

Yeah, all I hear is static when you talk
Yeah, all I hear is static when you talk
Yeah, all I hear is static when you talk
Yeah, all I hear is static when you talk



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