"Of All the Gin Joints in All the World [Tommie Sunshine's Brooklyn ...]" as written by Peter Wentz, Patrick Stump, Joseph Trohman and Andrew Hurley....
You only hold me up like this
'Cause you don't know who I really am
Sometimes I just want to know what it's like to be you

We're making out inside crashed cars
We're sleeping through all our memories
I used to waste my time dreaming of being alive (now I only waste my time dreaming of you)

Turn off the lights and turn off the shyness
'Cause all of our moves make up for the silence
And oh, the way your makeup stains my pillowcase
Like I'll never be the same

You only hold me up like this
'Cause you don't know who I really am
I used to waste my time on, waste my time on, waste my time dreaming of being alive
(Now I only waste my time dreaming of you)

Turn off the lights and turn off the shyness
'Cause all of our moves make up for the silence
And oh, the way your makeup stains my pillowcase
Like I'll never be the same

I've got headaches and bad luck but they couldn't touch you, no
I've got headaches and bad luck but they couldn't touch you, no

I'm not trying
You only hold me up like this

Turn off the lights and turn off the shyness
'Cause all of our moves make up for the silence
And oh, the way your makeup stains
Like I'll never be the same


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"Of All the Gin Joints in All the World" as written by Andrew John Hurley Andrew Hurley

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