"What a Terrible Thing To Say" as written by Brian Eugene Nagan, Kevin Patrick Skaff, Derek Ryan Smith, Connor Jordan Kelly and John Davis Waltmann....
Why don't we fail big then let's stick around
We'll make them wonder why we're smiling
Wonder why we're smiling

My eyes are open, I know it's all become so tired and old
The entire world loves a flash of success

Are you entertained by the way that you're tainting their fame?
Are you entertained? Keep it up, keep it up
You keep running your mouth, you say you got a problem, dad?
Within the clearing of dust we'll see who's the last one standing

Why don't we fail big then let's stick around
We'll make them wonder why we're smiling
Wonder why we're smiling

Why don't we fail big then let's stick around
We'll make them wonder why we're smiling
Wonder why we're smiling

I'm tired of being strong and keeping our heads above water
We'll keep working like a slave
I already know the words falling from your mouth
This time around be sure to make it count

We're on the top looking down, and you keep giving us hell
We've heard this all before, we've heard this all before
You think I'm fazed by the words that you say
We're all over, it's all over

Why don't we fail big then let's stick around
We'll make them wonder why we're smiling
Wonder why we're smiling

Why don't we fail big then let's stick around
We'll make them wonder why we're smiling
Wonder why we're smiling

What a terrible thing to say
What a terrible thing to say
What a terrible thing to say
What a terrible thing to say



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"What a Terrible Thing to Say" as written by Connor Jordan Kelly Brian Eugene Nagan

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