You have a pathelogical need to go out with your friends
Because it always seems your plans with them never end
You can't stay home on a Friday night
You've always got to be out seeing the sights.

Where plenty of people enhance your evening
Well that's just something I never could believe in
And I don't know why it's true
You can't spend one second alone can you?
You pay your rent like you're paying your dues
And I don't know if it's wrong
You can't spend any time on your own
Your place is like a hotel, it's not like a home.

You have friends all over town there's always one around
It's not that I don't trust it's just there's no time left for us
If you're always with your friends and your plans with them never end
What kind of life is that for us to spend?

When plenty of people enhance your evening
Well that's just something I never could believe in
And I don't know why it's true
You can't spend one second alone can you?
You pay your rent like you're paying your dues
And I don't know if it's wrong
You can't spend any time on your own
Your place is like a hotel, it's not like a home.






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