"Ms. Crumby" as written by Ryan O'connor, Seth James Johnson and Daniel James Stevens....
I'm well aware of the runaway world that we're living in
I'm well aware that time moves fast
We get older every day
And I know my heart is somewhere
When I think it's best we both keep away

What you go for
What you go for
What is love for?
I can't remember
When you show up
Then you leave us
What is love for?
I can't remember
You fill me up with such regret
You pack your shit
Then you leave again, again, again, again, again
You waste all our time alone

You can say I'm not living in the world that you're living in
You can say anything you want to say about my friends
But they were there for me when you crushed me
And I think it's best you just keep away

What you go for
What you go for
What is love for?
I can't remember
When you show up
Then you leave us
What is love for?
I can't remember
You fill me up with such regret
You pack your shit
Then you leave again, again, again, again, again
You waste all our time alone
You waste all our time alone
We waste all our time alone
We waste all our time alone

You fill me up with such regret
You pack your shit
Then you leave again

What you go for
What you go for
What is love for?
I can't remember
When you show up
Then you leave us
What is love for?
I can't remember
You fill me up with such regret
You pack your shit
Then you leave again, again, again, again, again
We waste all our time alone


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    General CommentI think sometimes he says "we waste all our time alone"
    vampricon April 06, 2010   Link
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    General CommentIt is actually

    What'd you go for? What'd you come for? What is love for?

    amazing song though :).
    Stewie840on April 27, 2010   Link

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