"Hey Ho" as written by and Daniel Dodd Wilson Gin Wigmore....
I hear you´re leaving town
And I am feeling down
You should know that nothing leaves my side
I´m gonna come round
I´m gonna shoot you down
You knocked my crown
Now you can go six feet underground.

Your lies have broke my life
Say goodbye my angel
I gave you all my love
To sleep alone my angel.

Hey Ho
Nobody knows you´re not coming home
Hey Ho
Nobody knows you´re not coming home.

Don´t you take me here
And don´t you touch me there
I am digging your grave and you stay there
Can you see the light
And think you´re still alive
Believe me baby you won´t come back again.

Your lies have broken my life
Say goodbye my angel
I gave you all my love
To sleep alone my angel.

Hey Ho
Nobody knows you´re not coming home
Hey Ho
Nobody knows you´re not coming home.

It didn´t have to be this way
Playing games and lost one day
Have mercy on my lonely soul
It wasn´t me it was you ya know.

Your lies have broke my life
Say goodbye my angel
I gave you all my love
To sleep alone my angel
Your lies have broke my life
Say goodbye my angel.

Hey Ho
Nobody knows you´re not coming home
Hey Ho
Nobody knows you´re not coming home


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"Hey Ho" as written by Virginia Claire Wigmore Daniel Dodd Wilson

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    General CommentThis song is great.
    There should be comments.
    I think this song is..well..about her revenge.
    Her man did her wrong and now she's gonna take him down.
    She's gonna kill him.
    "Say goodbye my angel"
    xCourtneyKillon November 26, 2010   Link
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    General CommentTotally agree with Courtney. Also I think she's extra mad because he didn't tell her he was leaving, she found out from other people.

    "You should know by now that nothing leaves my sight."
    seventeendinosaurson June 16, 2012   Link

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