"On Your Speakers" as written by Michael D. Woods, Noelle Leblanc, Michael Boucher Vasquez and David Dustin Hengst....
Promise me that you'll be ok
Keep in touch if miles away
I'm hangin' in the way that I know how

Take good care and I'll see you soon
Ring you up this afternoon
I'm cool with how things have to be right now

You'll hear me on your speakers
Everywhere you go
Wearing your worn out sneakers
Kickin' down the road
Just take this song until I see you at the show...

Whoa
I'm sending you a message
Whoa
You're gonna be mine
Whoa
Don't mean to be obsessive
Everything's fine

Me and Mike went out last night
Party crashed, and watched the fights
In front of every bar room door

Things just aren't the same 'round here
Not like they were at this time last year
I guess I don't feel welcome anymore

You'll hear me on your speakers
Everywhere you go
Wearing your worn out sneakers
Kickin' down the road
Just take this song until I see you at the show

Whoa
I'm sending you a message
Whoa
You're gonna be mine
Whoa
Don't mean to be obsessive
Everything's fine

Just fine


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"On Your Speakers" as written by Michael Boucher Vasquez David Dustin Hengst

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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    General CommentThis song is sweet. It's about this relationship that these two people have... they can't really do anything about it right this second, but they know that they'll end up together.

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    I really like damone a looooot.
    jam_stickson December 11, 2006   Link

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