Sinatra

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Helmet

A helmet is a form of protective gear worn on the head to protect it from injuries. more »


Year:
1992
4:40
142 
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I can`t move her
Obsessed with protection
This is a bad idea
She needs affection
What, me?

Drive around town forced to talk
Pass that church again
Where`s a parking spot
It`s Sinatra`s world
She just lives here
I hate everything as much as
I hate me

What`s the best for me?
She doesn't see me
I don`t care
Just move around some and
Fix your stare
I had more fun
Took half the time
Cost three bucks, buy a magazine

What`s the best for me?

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Written by: PAGE HAMILTON

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