"Few Home Truths" as written by William Jonathan Brown and Samuel Dylan Murphy Preston....
When it's sunny it rains and when it rains, it pours
I can't remember what I came here for
But when I see the look that's in your eyes
I found my tongue and it's life-on-line
We're all so sex-obssessed but we're so straight and clean
I just wanna stay in and watch TV
Watching people do what I'm too scared to try
I steal the lines with life-on-line

And it's my secret life in the bus lane
It's much easier just to complain
Making life much harder than it has to be

I've been working overtime
I've been busy telling lies
A few home truths never break the ice
Don't you trust me?

When I get stinned my dear your time will come
I'll be the best boy to ever treat you wrong
I'll give you reels and reels, how I'm confused and flawed
But baby baby I just got bored
And I'll unload my soul, my fear is tright and true
You hang on words I only wish I knew
We'll fill our minds with bitter ready-made
Just trying to rattle someone else's cage

And it's my secret life in the bus lane
It's much easier just to complain
Making life much harder than it has to be

I've been working overtime
I've been busy telling lies
A few home truths never break the ice
Don't you trust me?

I've been working overtime
I've been busy telling lies
A few home truths never break the ice
Don't you trust me?

I've got a plan and it's going well
I might go to top, you can never tell
A few home truths send me straight to Hell
Don't you trust me?


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"A Few Home Truths" as written by William Jonathan Brown Samuel Dylan Murphy Preston

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