"Trouble" as written by Chad Everett Gilbert, Freddy Cricien, Maxwell Jayson, Toby Raymond Morse, George Guerra and David Kennedy....
So now that you're lying face-down in the concrete
It seems to me that you didn't understand these streets
No respect for me.
Well, you should think before you speak.

I ain't even gonna try to lie, you see
I don't really like to start fights
But I guess sometimes, I gotta be the bad guy.
That's why...

No matter where we go, everybody say we start trouble. Not true.
It's just...
Everywhere we go, trouble seems to find me, I know.
Everywhere we go, they say we're violent, I know.

So I'm out with the crew on a Saturday night, yeah.
Trying to live down the stereotype
Just friends and fam having fun tonight
Drink a brew with Hips and Mike. We're alright. (Alright)

But here they come knocking again,
The shameless warriors of the weekend
It's the same old story with the same old end.
Now you on the floor, sleeping again.

No matter where we go, everybody say we start trouble. Not true.
It's just...
Everywhere we go, trouble seems to find me, I know.
Everywhere we go, they say we're violent, I know.

So I see you're feeling uptight tonight.
Don't do it.
And you're looking at me like you wanna fight.
Don't do it.

Because DMS is in the house tonight.
So don't.
No please not tonight.
No, no please, not tonight. Come on.

No matter where we go, they wanna fuck around with me and you. So true. Fuck you.
What you gonna do?

It's just...
Everywhere we go, trouble seems to find me, I know.
Everywhere we go, they say we're violent, I know.


Lyrics submitted by beau99

"Trouble" as written by Freddy Cricien Chad Everett Gilbert

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

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