"Stay Out" as written by Iain Denis Archer and Nina Lindberg Nesbitt....
He's got a Rolling Stones tee
But he only knows one song
They think they're from the sixties
But they were born in 1991
(Oh oh oh oh, oh oh oh oh oh)

There's a man standing in the corner
No one knows quite where he's from
There's a fight between Jill and Lorna
She's got a tattoo of a peace sign on her thumb
All that and the nights just begun

So, stay out tonight
And see through my eyes
Stay out this time
And we'll be home by five

Stay out, stay out, stay out
Stay out, stay out, stay out
(Oh oh oh oh, oh oh oh oh oh)

Checkered shorts and chino trousers
Is this some kind of uniform
It seems that they think they're gangsters
They barely started sixth form
(Oh oh oh oh, oh oh oh oh oh)

She thinks she's in Barbados
But outside it's minus three
There's a guy outside I'm avoiding
I think that we share some history
That time when he whispered to me, now

Stay out tonight
And see through my eyes
Stay out this time
And we'll be home by five

Stay out, stay out, stay out
Stay out, stay out, stay out

'Cause there's people falling in love
Around you
And there's people falling over
Their own shoes

All those boys and girls are people
Looking for someone to be
All those boys and girls are people
Waiting for their hearts to beat

All those boys and girls are people
Looking for someone to be
All those boys and girls are people
Waiting for their hearts to beat

Stay out tonight
And see through my eyes
Stay out this time
And we'll be home by five

Stay out, stay out, stay out
Stay out, stay out, stay out

He's got a Rolling Stones tee
But he only knows one song
They think they're from the sixties
But they were born in 1991


Lyrics submitted by Jbrum90

"Stay Out" as written by Iain Archer Nina Lindberg Nesbitt

Lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.

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