"Who Followed Who?" as written by Butch Walker, Danny Craig, Jeremy Hora, Dallas Smith and Dave Benedict....
Starting fights that can't be won
Just one round and you'll be gone
When it's lost you'll regret it
Much too hard to forget it
No one to take pity on

So when you try hard
To forget the truth
Look again
Who followed you?

Somehow you thought
Thought that you're hard to lose
But in the end
Who followed who?
Who followed who?

One false step this road is gone
No one here to prove you wrong
When it's lost you'll regret it
Much too hard to forget it
No one to take pity on

So when you try hard
To forget the truth
Look again
Who followed you?

Somehow you thought
Thought that you're hard to lose
But in the end
Who followed who?
Who followed who?

Try
Hard to forget the truth
Look again
Who followed you?

Somehow you thought
Thought that you're hard to lose
But in the end
Who followed who?

So when you try hard
To forget the truth
Look again
Who followed you?

Somehow you thought
Thought that you're hard to lose
But in the end

Who followed who?
Who followed who?
Who followed who?


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"Who Followed Who?" as written by Dallas Smith Butch Walker

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    General CommentIt seems to me that a a girl followed him to be with him and when they fight or she plays hard to get he can just pull out the fact that she followed him there and ask who followed you? and she loses the arguement.
    1600pluson January 05, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThis is about a relationship where the woman starts the fights and then tries to turn it around and blame the man, saying he's the reason that their relationship is falling apart.
    sepherson January 15, 2007   Link

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