"Lullaby" as written by Benjamin Byrne, James Paul Stelfox, James Milne Walsh and Barry Westhead....
Get back on your feet again
So insincere
Quiet American
I held you so dear
Get back on your feet again
I'm so into you
We met in a cinema
You fell from my view
Lullaby
Stop twisting my words tonight
If you get high on life
Don't leave me behind
Get back on your feet again
Nothing to say
Some of your weaker friends
Get in my away
Get back on your feet again
You always seem down
Some of your weaker friends
Don't want you around
Lullaby
Stop twisting my words tonight
If you get high on life
Don't leave me behind
Lullaby
You live in my ruined mind
Make light of all my fears
And lead me from here
Get back on your feet again
So insincere
Quiet American
I held you so dear
Get back on your feet again
Nothing to say
We met in a cinema
You got in my way
Lullaby
Stop twisting my words tonight
If you get high on life
Don't leave me behind
Lullaby
You live in my ruined mind
Make light of all my fears
And lead me from here
I was looking for another chance
To see your blue eyed problem



Lyrics submitted by weezerific:cutlery, edited by BobTheRhino

"Lullaby" as written by Billy Joel

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    General Commentexcellent song, wot else can i say
    demented barbieon September 09, 2002   Link
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    General Commenti was just 'introduced' to this band... and i love them sooo much! this song is my favourite so far...

    *listens somemore*
    pixie407on September 24, 2002   Link
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    General Commentuh the last two lines shouldnt be there! they're from alcaholic dude.

    fucking great song btw...
    boss_2kon May 27, 2004   Link
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    General Commentdis song has always made me think of the 9/11 disaster, if u look at it from dat point of view it duz actually make sense
    rokmysox88on February 09, 2005   Link

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