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Wherewolves – Sweet Sixteen lyrics

When I first met you
I was yet to cut my teeth
Well I just wasn't aware
That you were more walked than these streets

And I couldn't tell
To tell the truth, I was naive
That you don't say what you mean

You ain't no sweet sixteen
Just a veteran of this scene
I'm calling you out, calling you out

You ain't no sweet sixteen
Hard to think that I believed
And I'm done with you now, done with you now

It was about the time that the smoke came out of mounds
Well after I could tell that we were heading south
You had no problem lighting that match in my head
But now I have been burnt

You ain't no sweet sixteen
Just a veteran of this scene
I'm calling you out, calling you out

You ain't no sweet sixteen
Hard to think that I believed
And I'm done with you now, done with you now

You ain't no sweet sixteen
Just a veteran of this scene
I'm calling you out, calling you out

You ain't no sweet sixteen
Hard to think that I believed
And I'm done with you now, done with you now

It's too late for a sweet sixteen
So I'm calling you out
It's too late for a sweet sixteen
So I'm done with you now



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