"Graffiti" as written by Duncan Robert Lloyd, Paul Anthony Smith, Thomas Alexander English, Archis Tiku and Lukas James Wooller....
Well that's enough!
I can't take anymore,
I'm right out of vision,
I'm right out of hope,

You set me up,
You just knock me down,
What's on your consciense,
Nothing happens in my town,

I'll do Graffiti if you sing to me in French,
What are we doing here if romance isn't dead?
Mind your mouth, as you work with me,
Take it all, as you cross the street,

Well that's enough!
I've had it up to here,
I've lost my vision,
I've lost my hope,

You work me up,
Just hand me down,
You've lost your consciense
'Cause nothing happens in my town,

I'll do Graffiti if you sing to me in French,
What are we doing here if romance isn't dead?
Stay in line, on the Foreign trip,
We can ohhh but I need a lift,

I'll do Graffiti if you sing to me in French,
What are we doing here if romance isn't dead?
Stay in line, on the Foreign trip,
We can ohh-ohh but I need a lift, and that's enough!


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"Graffiti" as written by Paul Anthony Smith Duncan Robert Lloyd

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