Still recall
What made me like you
Oh yes
They have
Said things about you
And yes
Where it's true?

Thought you could get all you wanted
By just thinking of yourself
It's not your pretty face that matters
And I think you need some help

So please
Just leave
Me the hell alone
'Cause now
I know
This isn't it all right
How much
More times
Will I have to tell you?
You try
To cry
But it's just for show
You know I know you know

Thinks that things that don't make sense
Could make you look like a liar
Don't convince me that you're right
About some fear I had of heartache
So I'll make you just one promise:
That I'll never regret this

Take a long look inside
'Cause right now I'm leaving you
Take a long look inside
'Cause right now I'm leaving
Take a long look inside
'Cause right now I'm leaving you

Lyrics submitted by mikestpierre, edited by panic_manic, BushmanBeats, mentalexperi

Sofisticated Fuck Princess Please Leave Me Alone Lyrics as written by Mathew Etter Brooke Jennifer Hays

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    the blank line should read "saying sad things that don't make sense."

    fucking AMAZING song.

    no soundon April 16, 2005   Link
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    Jenn's voice is awesome on this song. it just fits perfect.

    danisonfireon January 02, 2007   Link
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    i hear

    "still recall what made me like you"

    but yeah, amazing song.

    luvdon March 16, 2007   Link
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    the first line is "i can't recall what made me like you"

    demimondaineon May 16, 2008   Link
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    the first line is "i can't recall what made me like you"

    demimondaineon May 16, 2008   Link
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    describes my life PERFECTLY

    sherrigrrrlon September 11, 2008   Link

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