"American Love" as written by Matthew Francis Holt, Thomas Maxwell, William Thomas Gaal and Christopher Bradlee Houck....
I push myself in first
I'm here to wait for all the killing
I think I'm just in time
Geewhiz I'd love to die like that

Everything, everyone
Behind our face we love to hate
We all just want to see
To see you get kicked in the face

It's nice to see
See right through you
But I will not be exorcised
It's nice that you believe

Corrupt your eyes to cause those scenes
It's nice that you conceived
The way we trust
It's OK we all believed them

We just shook our heads
It's OK we all believed them
Battered and so misled
It's nice that you believe

Corrupt your eyes to cause those scenes
It's nice that you conceived
The way we trust

I push myself in first
I'm here to wait for all the killing
I think I'm just in time
Geewhiz I'd love to die like that

Everything, everyone
Behind our face we love to hate
We all just want see
See you get kicked in the face

It's OK we believed them
We all just shook our heads
It's OK we all believed them
Battered and so misled

I've lost some time
I found out this is real
I'm sad but I'm not that sure
Then I realized it's just you

The first time
My first time
Everything, everyone
Bekind our face we love to hate

We all just want to see
To see you get kicked in the face
It's nice to see right through you
But I will not be exorcised

It's OK we all believed them
We all just shook our heads
It's OK we all believed them
Battered and misled


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"American Love" as written by Matthew Francis Holt Christopher Bradlee Houck

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    General CommentThis song is obviously about bad influences in society and peer pressure. people pressuring you to do fuked up shit. Like people who use you. People act all behind that person but in reality want to see him or her fuked up.
    KC8484on May 28, 2004   Link

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