I don't want to be all by myself
I don't want to be all by myself
Yeah, you're perfect
Don't want to love anybody else

Don't want to love anybody else
Please say you'll stay
Can't you catch on?
Or don't you want to?

Everyone thinks you just don't care
Sometimes I hear a voice that tells me things I don't want to do
I don't want to live like all the rest
I don't want to live like all the rest

They all bore me
I am failing each and every test
I am failing each and every test
She's so mean to me

I don't want to come down hard on you
But it just seems you're not happy here
Sometimes I hear a voice that tells me things I don't want to know
Don't want to love anybody else

Don't want to love anybody else
Don't want to love anybody
Don't want to love anybody else
Don't want to love anybody else

Don't want to love anybody


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Hearing Things Lyrics as written by Brad Stenz

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    i didnt think id like this song at first, moth is alright...but for real, this song is awesome! good lyrics too -i dont wana love anybody else-

    RoCkrAon June 17, 2002   Link
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    I read that Brad got the idea for this song from David Lynch which is pretty cool especialy if you've ever seen his movies. I realy like this song and i think Moth is one of the better bands to emerge in awhile.

    l0ki86on May 14, 2004   Link

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