"Lounge Act (Nirvana cover)" as written by and Kurt / Cobain....
Truth covered in security
I can't let you smother me
I'd like to but it couldn't work
Trading off; taking turns
And I don't regret a thing . . .

I've got this friend
Who makes me feel
And I wanted more
Than I could steal
I'll arrest myself
I'll wear a shield
Go out of my way
To prove . . .

Don't tell me what I want to hear
Afraid of never knowing fear
I'll keep fighting jealousy
Until it's gone

I've got this friend
Who makes me feel
And I wanted more
Than I could steal
I'll arrest myself
I'll wear a shield
I'll go out of my way
To prove

Truth covered in security
I can't let you smother me
I'd like to but it wouldn't work
Trading off; taking turns
I don't regret a thing

I've got this friend
Who makes me feel
And I wanted more
Than I could steal
I'll arrest myself
I'll wear a shield
I'll go out of my way
To make you a deal
We've made a pact
To learn from who
When ever we want
Without new rules
We'll share what's lost and what we grew
They'll go out of their way
To prove they still
Smell her on you
Still, smell her on you
Smell her on you


Lyrics submitted by monroeet, edited by Mellow_Harsher

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