Woo

Pill bottle in her pocket poking out her jeans
Makes a boy think about a million things
And she hasn't been the same since the day that he let her down
So now she's always on her worst behavior
Who's your savior now?

She never sleeps more than an hour when she's sleeping alone
So for now, she just don't
She leaves messages, vestiges, warning and portents
Of sick, sad, suicidal thoughts
Like it's his fault

Oh, it's going to take a deep soul to pull her in
A light heart to keep her there
Callused hands to help her fight
And soft lips to pull her hair
For the sirens when she's all on fire
She's on fire, on fire in an iron chair

She never sleeps more than an hour when she's sleeping alone
So for now, she just don't
She leaves messages, vestiges, warning and portents
Of sick, sad, suicidal thoughts
Like it's his fault, it ain't my fault

It's going to take a deep soul to pull her in
A light heart to keep her there
Callused hands to help her fight
And soft lips to pull her hair
Hear for the sirens when she's all on fire
She's on fire, on fire in an iron chair

Oh
Woo...

Oh, it's going to take a deep soul to pull her in
A light heart to keep her there
Callused hands to help her fight
And soft lips to pull her hair
Hear for the sirens when she's all on fire
She's on fire, on fire in an iron chair
Woo woo


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