"Honorable Mention" as written by Patrick Martin Stump, Peter Lewis Wentz and Joseph Mark Trohman....
I served out my detention
And in the end I got an honorable mention
In the movie of my life, starring you
Instead of me
When the moonlight, hits your bright eyes I go blind
And maybe next time
I'll remember not to tell you something stupid
Like I'll never leave your side
Like the oldest movie I ever saw was the one we wrote together
I said I hate you but I'd never change a thing
I can be your John Cusack

I burnt out
My defensive
Now everything I say is taken as offensive

In the movie of my life
Starring you
Instead of me
When the moonlight
Hits your bright eyes I go blind
And maybe next time
I'll remember not to tell you something stupid
Like I'll never leave your side

Like the oldest movie I ever saw was the one we wrote together
I said I hate you but I'd never change a thing
I can be your John Cusack
Oldest movie I ever saw was the one we wrote together
Said I hate you but I'd never change a thing
I can be your John Cusack
Be your John Cusack
I can be your John Cusack


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"Honorable Mention" as written by Patrick Martin Stump Joseph Mark Trohman

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