"Everyday Alien" as written by Michelle Lewis and Teddy Kumpel....
I've been discovered
My trip is over
I'm not really one of you
Nothing is mine but the cracks in the skyline
I guess it's time to tell the truth

Outside I'm normal, but inside I'm green translucent gel
I may seem nice enough but really I am ornery as hell
Can't you tell?

[Chorus:]
Stop looking at me sideways
I'm just trying to keep my friends
Because I still don't have answers
I'm just an everyday alien
Stop kicking at my head to see what's underneath my skin
Because I still breathe; I still need you
I'm just an everyday alien
Dying to be human again

He's not my brother
And she's not my mother
She's some nice lady trying to help out
It might cause you to wonder
How many others
You'll find wandering about

So many reasons to want to stay but, still, I am alone
You called me out, so I'll have to drag my alien butt home
Guess I'll go

[Chorus]

I've been so lost, so far gone
It's almost funny I held out this long
You'll tell everyone the truth about me
And they'll see I'm wrong
I don't belong

Stop kicking at my head to see what's underneath my skin
Because I still breath; I still need you
I'm just an everyday alien
Dying to be human again


Lyrics submitted by Golgotha

"Everyday Alien" as written by Michelle Lewis Teddy Kumpel

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group

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