"Rumor Mill" as written by Branden Galvin Langhals, John William Mcginty and Mark Robert Woodbridge....
Just use your head. For the first time
that you’ve shown you’re finally open and it felt so good to me.
Now that it’s out there, the words I wrote
are jumping pages, running circles.
And I know this isn’t easy for you.
Can you hear me? Please don’t follow me home.
Like I said-not that I’d make you leave.
But, why do this over? Please don’t follow me home.
Like I said-not that I’d make you leave.
You’re just more than make believe.
In nothing but yourself, well I think so.
That’s why we’ll never work out in the end.
Hey, what is worse? Losing hope,
or losing interest in the one person that got you this far?
If life is love, and love is real-then I’ve never seen such a liar.
Try to tell the truth. Please don’t follow me home-
like I said, not that id make you leave.
But, why do this over? Please don’t follow me home-
like I said, not that id make you leave.
You’re just more than make believe.
Just more than make believe


Lyrics submitted by dynosauruno

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