"Papillons Stalemate" as written by and David Mcpherson....
Just when I thought it was safe to go out
The boys have their knives out
That said, I’ve got to do this for you anyway
One balloon, one canon ball

This city has got a hold on you
The electricity is getting stronger [stronger]
A friction of a head butt [Stalemate]
Why do we compromise our dreams? [Stalemate, It's a Stalemate]
And on and on it goes [on and on]
And on and on and on and on [Stalemate, It's a Stalemate]
For once in my life, I love to feel my instincts sweeten [Stalemate, It's a Stalemate]
And I always seem to owe you an apology [Stalemate, It's a Stalemate]

And on and on, we diminish our self respect
Until there is none left
All I said “I've got to do this for you anyway" I jump, you summersault

This city has got a hold on you
The electricity is getting stronger [stronger]
A fury of a knife fight [Stalemate]
Why do we compromise our dreams? [Stalemate, It's a Stalemate]
And on and on it goes [on and on]
And on and on and on and on it goes [Stalemate, It's a Stalemate]
For once in my life, I love to feel my instincts sweeten [Stalemate, Stalemate]
And I always seem to owe you an apology [Stalemate, Stalemate]

Why do we compromise our dreams?
[Stalemate, Stalemate]
And on and on it goes [on and on]
And on and on and on and on it goes [Stalemate, Stalemate]
For once in my life, I love to feel my instincts sweeten [Stalemate, Stalemate]
And I always seem to owe you an apology [Stalemate, Stalemate]


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    General Comment;
    i cant believe there are no comments on this song. Its fast becomming my favourite. The way in which it is composed is increadable. Real talent.
    :] x
    Fairy_Of_Iceon January 29, 2008   Link

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