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The Swellers – Making Waves lyrics

I still think it's amazing how much baggage I take in.
I used to let things slide.
Now I'm sick, it's contagious.
Write that shit then erase it.
I'm on the other side of enemy lines.
So thanks a lot.
I'm making waves, and you're not.
I'm done taking bad advice if that's fine by you.
I hate being so well versed. Hard getting to the chorus.
Remember that bridge we burned?
I still have trouble getting over it.
Now I see it so clearly.
Everyone who is near me, they're showing the simple signs of the acquaintance kind.
It's not like true friends are so hard to find. Now I can't stand a single word you say.
So if the world ends tonight, we're better off that way.
You talk shit a lot 'cause I'm making waves and you're not.
I'm done taking bad advice if that's fine by you.



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