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The party's alright, I might wanna stop drinking
What were we talking about?
My body won't tell my mind what I've been thinking
Before it's outta my mouth
Ooow

The minute I get upset, that's it, it's over
I'm already outta the room
Why can't I just forget that?
I know what's gonna hurt
There's not much else I can do
Ooow

I'm breaking my own rules
Becoming someone else
Everybody says I oughtta get over myself
I'm thinking I can't move
If there isn't somewhere else
To go

I've probably made mistakes that I've forgotten
It's all ambiguous now
I'd be willing to take the shape of what you wanted
I could just figure it out
Ooow

I'm breaking my own rules
Becoming somone else
Well everybody says I oughtta get over myself
I'm thinking I can't move
If there isn't somewhere else
To go

(oooooooh)
[x4]

I'm breaking my own rules
Becoming somone else
Well everybody says I oughtta get over myself
I'm thinking I can't move
If there isn't somewhere else
To go

Woah, woah

It's changing my issues
As far as I can tell
Well everybody says I oughtta get over myself
I'm thinking I can't lose
If there isn't somewhere else
To go



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