"Sink / Let It Sway" as written by John Robert Cardwell, Philip Abram Dickey and William Lincoln Knauer....
Pretty girls don't just park where they want to
They gotta go 'round in circles like we all do
Just like a mother betrayed they're gonna find some day
Everything is not OK

I used to think
The whole world's gonna sink
And where will we be
Perhaps under a shrinking Earth
There's a better place for what it's worth.

Head low but you gotta Let It Sway
No miracle gonna happen when you feel that way
Bent up but you gotta let it sway
No firecracker in the dark gonna light your way
Blown out but you gotta let it sway
c'mon now c'mon c'mon

Pretty pretty, so continental
You slide into each other's arms unintentionally
Because you want and you say
Was you cool like me?
Think I gotta say no way, no way

I used to think
The whole world's gonna sink
And where will we be
Perhaps under a shrinking Earth
There's a better place for what it's worth.

Hell no but you gotta let it sway
No miracle gonna happen when you feel that way
Bent up but you gotta let it sway
No firecracker in the dark gonna light your way

Blown out but you gotta let it sway
Throw my candle in the fire and I'm on my way
Head low but you gotta let it sway
C'mon now, c'mon c'mon


Lyrics submitted by minimegoosey

"Sink/Let It Sway" as written by Philip Abram Dickey John Robert Cardwell

Lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.

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