"Host" as written by Davey Macmanus, Richard John Carter, Daniel Raymond Harris and Owen Hopkin....
Good evening, I am your host
You are the lucky one I chose
I have seen blood many times before
Good evening, I am your host

See a little girl in the parking lot, sits down by my side
She ruins my life and then she smiles as she sings
When we were young, you were the one
Now we are old, you're out of control

Good evening, I am your host
Just stick your coppers in the float
I'll whisper words of caustic cabaret
And then I'll take your heart away

See a little girl in the parking lot, sits down by my side
She ruins my life and then she smiles as she sings
When we were young, you were the one
Now we are old, you're outta control

When we were young, you were the one
Now we are old, you're outta control

See a little girl in the parking lot, she sits down by my side
Ruins my life and then she smiles as she sings

When we were young, you were the one
Now we are old, you're outta control

When we were young, you were the one
Now we are old, you're outta control

Loser

Aggh, loser

See a little girl in the parking lot, sits down by my side
She ruins my life and then she smiles as she sings..


Lyrics submitted by mouis

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