"Bullet" as written by Alexander Paul Kapranos Huntley, Nicholas John Mccarthy, Robert Hardy, Paul Robert Thompson and Alexander Ragnew....
While I'm away
You can let the mouse go down on you
Let the mouse do what I'd do
If I was there
But you'd better explain
That I have a vendetta in my narrow bones
And a vindictive eye
Of my jealousy I have no control
No control

I'll never get your bullet out of my head now, baby
I'll never get your bullet out of my mind
I'll never get your bullet out of my head now, baby
I'll never get your bullet out of my mind
How can I get your bullet out of my head now
I have no control
But I try
Yeah I try

I'd better explain that I have a
Red vendetta in my narrow bones
And a wicked indicative eye
Of my yellow jealousy I have no control
No control
No control

I'll never get your bullet out of my head now, baby
I'll never get your bullet out of my mind
I'll never get your bullet out of my head now, baby
I'll never get your bullet out of my mind

Get out of my head
Get out of my head now
Get out of my head
Get out of my head now
Get out of my head
Get out of my head now
Get out of my mind


Lyrics submitted by flozn, edited by Franztastic

"Bullet" as written by Eric Mccarthy Michael Conn

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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    General CommentI feel like that a girl is leaving him and he's trying to forget about her but it's like trying to get a bullet out of your head (it's hard)
    Jmatt0659on October 24, 2014   Link
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    My InterpretationThe song seems to me at least to be about a guy who's girlfriend has cheated on him. And the thought of her cheating on him is the bullet stuck in his head, which he can't stop thinking about. Or about a very controlling, jealous and hot blooded guy trying to suppress his feelings of jealousy.
    Chogexon August 08, 2016   Link

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