"Public Enemy #1" as written by Nikki Sixx and Stephen M. Perry....
You and me
We're gonna escape tonight
On the run
Under the moonlight
Don't think about nothin'
Don't think about nothin'

Tragedy
Runnin' the red light
Hear the screams
Another one dies tonight
Don't think about nothin'
Don't think about nothin'

(Pre-Chorus)
Do you know how it feels
To be wanted
Do you know how it feels
To be wanted
Do you know how it feels
To be wanted
To be under the gun
On the run, having fun
When you're young
You're so young
When you're young

(Chorus)
Public enemy number one
Oh yeah
I'm public enemy number one
Oh yeah
I'm public enemy number one
Oh yeah...

Climbing high
Fast as the speed of sound
Loser's dreams
Crashing to the ground
Don't think about nothin'
Don't think about nothin'

You and me
Under the gun tonight
On the run
We're lost in the lime light
Don't think about nothin'
Because we're gonna get crazy

(Pre-Chorus)

(Chorus)
(Pre-Chorus)
(Chorus)

Public Enemy number one
Hey--Hey--Hey


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"Public Enemy #1" as written by Stephen M. Perry Nikki Sixx

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Downtown Music Publishing

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    General CommentThe glories of youthful alienation and living in the moment. All right there.
    Avram Fawcetton June 26, 2006   Link
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    General CommentA couple feels like Bonnie and Clyde... Always on the run and living their life for fun together...

    I love taking lines and suddenly making the song a couple shades darker... What if the narrator is on the run and sorta kidnaps his girlfriend who doesn't really wanna run away with him which is why he keeps repeating "don't think about nothin"
    Like their teenagers who dream about running away together and he takes it past fantasy and she doesn't, he takes with him but she doesn't really wanna go... Fun to think about
    DeanGuitarson November 09, 2013   Link

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