"Everybody Say" as written by Gabriel Lee Levine, Conrad Doucette, Jaime Grady Jurrens, Andrew Charles Thurlow and Rene Planchon....
She sends a mouth full of paper
He's changed, he's changed, he's changed, he's rearranged

Who died (dyed?), who died, you?
Who died, who died, you?

She is a lion amongst all the jackals at night
She feels so much better with someone around and alive
You say, everybody say
You say, everybody say
You say, everybody say
You say, everybody say
You say, everybody say
You say, everybody say
You say, everybody say
You say, everybody say

Who died, who died, you?
Who died, who died, you?

She said, "take it easy."
But it's hard to take it easy

Who died, who died, you?
Who died, who died, you?
Who died, who died, you?
Who died, who died, you?


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