Nothing you say or you do
Matters when I'm with you,
I think about it all the time
And realize it's not right.

I saw you, you saw me
Pretend you never known me.
Don't hold me, don't touch me
I'm not. Feeling Lonely.

Sometimes I can't help but fight
Don't you see I'm not nice?
I'm not hungry tonight
So don't. Feed me that lie.

I saw you, you saw me
Pretend you never met me.
Don't hold me, don't touch me
I'm not. Feeling lonely.

(Oh No!)
I know you'll see the light
Someday you'll understand. (Oh No!)
Try to forget
The thing that we had. (Oh No!)
The day you fall apart
Will be my Master plan. (Oh No!)
Why don't you leave?
Let go of my hand

You lied today about me
And now regret that you did
Ate you're words like fool
And ran away like a kid

I saw you, you saw me
Pretend you never met me.
Don't hold me, don't touch me
I'm not!!! Feeling lonely.

I know you'll see the light
Someday you'll understand.
The day we fall apart
Will be my Master plan.
Try to forget
The thing that we had
Why don't you just leave
Let go of my hand?

I just can't think staight
with what is going on
All the crap you brought to this
it just feels wrong
Tell me something
When will you go away
Oh will you go away
Why won't you go away!
Why won't you go away!

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Go Away Lyrics as written by Danny Elfman

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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    woa im the first one,..... this song rox.. i sent them a an email and they rote me bak... go betty go kiks major ass

    NirvanaGuitar67on April 29, 2005   Link

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