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We Are Scientists – Callbacks lyrics

I guess that I should probably leave right now
Cause I'm already kinda sweating and freaking out
I've got a timebomb headache to sicken down
I guess that everything is better when I'm not around

It's all outa context
There's' nothing I'm in to
Call it a complex
It's really quite simple
I'm tired of these hang-ups
I wish someone would call me back
How 'bout it?

Well my toll gates tired
I'm seeing stars
I've got a million ugly words for what you are
I've got a banging a broken heart
I guess that everything is better where ever you are

It's all outa context
There's nothing I'm in to
Call it a complex
It's really quite simple
I'm tired of these hang-ups
I wish someone would call me back
How 'bout it?

It's about context
There's' nothing I'm in to
Call it a complex
It's really quite simple
I'm tired of these hang-ups
I wish someone would call me back

I said that I'm so sorry to bring you down
I guess that everything is better when I'm not around

And I'm so sorry to bring you down
I guess that everything is better when I'm not around

And I'm so sorry to bring you down
I guess that everything is better when I'm not around



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