I'm in heavy, I'm in deep
I look cool but inside I weep
I'm older, but sure ain't as wise
As I pretend to it's mostly all lies
And I'm a liar, I'm a cheat
Sore loser can't stand defeat
I say I'm right, but I know I'm wrong
Just want to hear my music when you're playing your songs

I know it doesn't show
But it's time I let you know
Hopeless case of a kid in denial

Got my tongue, firmly in cheek
Make up my mind just after I speak
I should do it, but I don't
I say I will but you just know I won't
You like the fabs, I dig the who
You eat tikka I eat vindaloo
I only drink, when I wanna forget
I won't admit it but I do regret

I know it doesn't show
But it's time I let you know
Hopeless case of a kid denial

I'm in deep, I'm in real heavy
Can't kick it even though I try
I feel sick, but I don't want you to heal me
I'm a hopeless case of a kid in denial

Yeah I'm a liar and I'm a cheat
Real sore loser can't stand defeat
There ain't a thing, that'll pass my rejection
Getting real close to denial perfection

I know it doesn't show
But it's time I let you know
Hopeless case of a kid in denial

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Hopeless Case of a Kid in Denial Lyrics as written by Kenny Dick Hakansson Anders Lindstrom

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