"Victim Of Trap" as written by Grant Evan Widmer, Edward Bartlett Joyner and Tess Brunet....
You came down to advertise
You won’t turn your head you don’t shine your light
You went down with borrowed knives
You’re in town tonight? Well alas, I won’t make it out
We fall victim of trying
We didn’t know the neighbors would mind, tonight.
They let us off with papers to save our lives
We didn’t rob your babies tonight, not tonight
I’ve seen plans they turn to dust
Does it remind you of things you been try’n t’deny
We’re not far, but sure we tried
And then lying awake all alone and you think you could die
We fall victim of trying
We didn’t know the neighbors would mind, tonight
We never saw your pages that advertise
We never thought neighbors would mind, tonight
We fall victim of trying
We didn’t know the neighbors would mind, tonight
We never saw your pages that advertise
We never thought the neighbors would mind, tonight
I’d have seen
I’d have known they’d creep you out
How’d i know they’d seek you out?
Beyond the ones who take it outside
We are the ones who skate with our lives
Beyond the one that nakedly advertise
We are the ones whose neighbors won’t mind, tonight


Lyrics submitted by mapleleafman24, edited by demyelinated

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