Common ground, common enemies.
We've got a lot in common.
Something else that we all share.
(As a matter of fact, it's innately human.)
The natural ability to mess things up.
And even though we're lost, or halfway there.
(Accused or double-crossed, we don't care)
We're numb to everything and anything.

Common ground, common enemies.
Looking at you is beginning to resemble looking in a mirror.
It may not be humor but I think it's funny
That people like you and me could be so dumb
We grew on and on and on and on
With our lives in their place where there is no escape
And we walked right through the glass.
That we call our world.
That we call our world.

If you're gonna shoot me might as well do it now.
Don't put me through the pain of waiting it out.
When there's all this talk about watching your back.
The world turns a shade of red.

My friend are now my enemies.
And I'm all alone.
The scariest part is by the time we're done
There will only be one of us left.
So who will shoot first?
Who will shoot first?
Who will shoot first?

If you're gonna shoot me might as well do it now.
Don't put me through the pain of waiting it out.
When there's all this talk about watching your back.
The world turns a shade of red.

If you're gonna shoot me might as well do it now.
Don't put me through the pain of waiting it out.
When there's all this talk about watching your back.
The whole world turns a shade of red.

At this point, life seems so much more appealing.
How I'd almost rather be


Lyrics submitted by CFaz23

Black/Red song meanings
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