"Expectations" as written by Don George Gilmore, Barry Stock, Neil Sanderson, Brad Walst, Chris Wallin and Adam Gontier....
Baby, innocence
one day gonna be decadence
Prom Queen, Miss America
In the backseat in a pair of cuffs
Sixteen, little runaway
From the Five-O and you got away
From a small town with no scene
Looking for a shot on the big screen

Expectations
Go to hell
Expectations
Go to hell

Not so innocent
On the street hustling
Never be Miss America
In the backseat of a Celica
Crashing with a deadbeat
Living large on a love seat
In a small town, no scene
Turns out it was a pipe dream

Expectations
Go to hell
Expectations
Go to hell

Rich girl, wannabe
Bought a quick dick from the lottery
Watching TV with her boyfriend
Fell asleep, left the ticket on the nightstand
He stayed awake to see the ball drop
Turned it way down, she never woke up
Grabbed the keys to her car in the back lot
Through a shot of Jack back, left with the jackpot

Expectations
Go to hell
Prom Queen, Miss America
In the backseat in a pair of cuffs

Expectations
Go to hell
Never be Miss America
In the backseat in a pear of cuffs


Lyrics submitted by MusicFREAK20, edited by hoppingmad, Vordwann, Adaya, Link1565

"Expectations" as written by Don Gilmore Chris Wallin

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.

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