Don't want to sing about girls
Or what they mean to me
I'm too narcissistic for all the scenery
My mood is never as bright as it seems to be
Transition from Jekyll to Hyde too seamlessly

But if you can hear this, I've had enough
Of straight lines and heavy loads
I'm just not this tough.
After my kind of night that ends throwing up,
Once I clean up my mess with it, my white flag is up.

I'm losing weight for you
I'm losing weight for you
I'm losing weight for you
I'm losing weight for you

I was lost for a while without my style.
I was lost for a while, but I'm back.

But if you can hear this, I've had enough
Of straight lines and heavy loads
I'm just not this tough.
After my kind of night that ends throwing up,
Once I clean up my mess... (Oh, fuck it!)

I'm losing weight for you
I'm losing weight for you
I'm losing weight for you
I'm losing weight for you
I'm losing weight for you

I'm losing weight for you
I'm losing weight for you
(He's losing weight for you)
I'm losing weight for you


Lyrics submitted by joe.is.cool12

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    Lyric Correction"Once I clean up my mess with it,
    My white flag is up."

    "I was lost for a while without my style!
    I was lost for a while, but IIIII'm back!"

    "Once I clean up my mess with-
    OH, FORGET IT!"

    :] love love LOVE this album.
    thisiskaceyon October 06, 2010   Link
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    General CommentThanks for the help. I'm amazed you were able to pick those parts up cause I definitely couldn't.
    joe.is.cool12on October 06, 2010   Link
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    General Commentanyone knows what he means by "but if you can hear this, I've had enough / of straight lines and heavy loads / i'm just not this tough"? when i read the straight lines thing, i thought of cocaine, but as far as i know ben wasn't into hard drugs...heavy loads seems to point to alcohol, though.
    afflictionateon November 03, 2010   Link

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