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Bad Books – Forest Whitaker lyrics
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We started a fire
That was never supposed to burn out
You started a band
That was cool for awhile but it turned pretty bland

I started a fight
With the neighbor next door
And his pesky wife
You started a job
That you hate when your sober
And hate even more when you're not

I know you hate me too
Always say you do

And you moved to Japan
Thought a clean bill of health and a camera
Could show you the plan
I bought a bird that repeats what I say
But I’m lonely is all that he’s heard

You found a guy
That is clearly that is opposite me
With the black-motored bike
I digged around
But its just like a movie that it's picture
Is off with the sound

I know you hate me too
You always say you do

And you started to write
It was subtle at first
But the danger was clearly insight

I don't reply
Due to a lack of an ego
And laziness that cuts like a knife

You say that you're good
Had a baby with biker
And named him Forest Whitaker
I'm laying low
On a probable chance
You convince me to give him a home

I know you hate me too
You always say you do
And I know you that hate me too
Always say you do

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