"Late Bloomer" as written by Greggory A. Attonito, Bryan T. Kienlen, Peter William Steinkopf and Michael H. Mcdermott....
I saw you walking past me just the other day
Another heartbeat with thoughts of yesterday
You looked the same, years are only time
I still wonder why our hearts could never rhyme

You stood beside me, you didn't recognize me
Funny how things never change
When you walked on by a memory surprised me
Smoking cigarettes, your girlfriends by the pool
Your smell I could not forget, that's as close as I could get
You were so f***ing cool

I'm no good, you're no better
Wouldn't we be perfect together?
I'm no good, you're no better
Wouldn't we be perfect together?

All I wanted was a piece of your heart
You left me torn apart
F*** the rest before me and their crimes
For your love I'll serve their time

I'm no good, you're no better
Wouldn't we be perfect together?
I'm no good, you're no better
Wouldn't we be perfect together?

I'm no good, you're no better
Wouldn't we be perfect together?
I'm no good, you're no better
Wouldn't we be perfect together?

I’m no good, you’re no better
I’m no good, you’re no better
I’m no good, you’re no better


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"Late Bloomer" as written by Greggory A. Attonito Bryan T. Kienlen

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