"Who Goes First" as written by Johnathan Penney, Alexander Thomas Griffin, Daniel Charles Worton, Matthew Richard Cheslin and Gareth John Pring....
She'll study while you fidget and you squirm
Recite the final lesson of the final summer term
But no amount of lessons could have made you learn

If you're lonely you'll get lazy
If you're lazy you'll get lonely
It's all too hard to take what you deserve

You'll turn against her, you will turn
You'll turn against her, you will turn
You'll turn against her, you will turn

She'll listen while you try to kill the sound
Of each and every sigh you make, it's heads down
But no amount of days and hours could turn this thing around

You were lonely, you got lazy
You were lazy, you got lonely
It's all too hard to [Incomprehensible] what you found

You'll turn against her, you will turn
You'll turn against her, you will turn
You'll turn against her, you will turn

You'll turn against her, you will turn
You'll turn against her, you will turn
You'll turn against her, you will turn

She'll study while you fidget and you squirm
Recite the final lesson of the final summer term
But no amount of lessons could have made you learn

If you're lazy you'll get lonely
If you're lonely you'll get lazy
It's all too hard to take what you deserve

You'll turn against her
Turn against her, you will turn


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"Who Goes First" as written by Daniel Charles Worton Alexander Thomas Griffin

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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