A waltz and a gunfight;
They're typically new.
In typical tune.
A waltz and a gunfight;
They're typically new
The typical tune.
A waltz and a gunfight;
They're typically you,
The waltz and a gunfight;
They're typically you.

They're typically you.
(They're typically you.)
They're typically you.
(They're typically you.)
Alright, alright.

I'm about the break the phone.
I took the long way home,
But I’m comfortable alone.
It's something I never knew.
I stole the silver moon,
Because I'm nothing without that moon.
But I’m doing this for you,
I'm typically not in tune.

I'm about to pick you out,
Because you're giving me the blues.
I'm about to cut you out
Because you're giving me the blues,
And I hope to see you soon.
I'm picking up that phone.
You're giving me those off centered,
The black and white, those blues.

I'm about to steal that girl,
Because I'm nothing without my world.
I'm nothing without that girl,
I know better, that's for sure.
Cold winter wired break,
I steal the things you'll never take.
It's better when i'm awake,
And there's nothing left to drink.

I'm about to leave you out,
Because you're giving me the blues.
I'm about to cut you out,
Because you're giving me the blues.
And I hope to see you soon,
I'm picking up that phone.
And you're giving me these these off centered.
Those black and white, those blues.

Bang, bang, you're dead.
Bang, bang, you're dead.
(Those blues.)

Hello, hello, hello?
Liar! Liar!
Hello, hello?
If you call it a knife.
Hello, hello?
Liar! Liar!
If you call it a knife.

I'm about to leave you out,
Because you're giving me the blues.
I'm about to cut you out,
Because you're giving me the blues.
And I hope to see you soon,
I'm up picking up that phone.
You're giving me those off-centered,
The black and white, those blues.


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