"Jump Back" as written by Andrew Edward Glover, Robert Jonathan Ellershaw, Christopher Bernard Nuttall, Aaron James Buchanan, David Francis Jones and Patrick Stump....
My little England went to London in the summer time
With a painted up guitar and a new disguise
Why'd you look at me like that, and as a mater of fact
We're on the same damn train but on two different tracks

I'd keep on going if you asked me to stop

Jump back, baby's in black
Cleaning up the mess with the Union Jack
Don't stop, do it again
All the dirty money that a man can spend
Jump back
Jump back
Jump back
Jump back Jump back

I spun a penny on the table just to kill the time
She game me on hard look with suspicious eyes
It was already over, she was already mine
I'm not a gentleman baby at the best of times

I'd keep on going if you asked me to stop

Jump back, baby's in black
Cleaning up the mess with the Union Jack
Don't stop, do it again
All the dirty money that a man can spend
Jump back
Jump back
Jump back
Jump back Jump back


Head shrink don't think mama drive
We're outcast at last and feel alive
In a situation that'll never change
Well I know that you'll be sorry when you see me again

I'd keep on going if you asked me to stop

Jump back, baby's in black
Cleaning up the mess with the Union Jack
Don't stop, do it again
All the dirty money that a man can spend
Jump back
Jump back
Jump back
Jump back Jump back


Lyrics submitted by GiveMeHam

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