Typical
Condescending ways and the games you play
Running through my veins yeah
Running through my veins yeah
Running out of breath cause a second left kazaam
Righteous dancing on
And my demons dance on

She's always telling me it's all the same
And now she's telling me I'm not to blame now
She's always telling me it's all the same
And she's telling me I'm not to blame now

So I'm leaping off this planet
Head first into your arms (head first into your arms)
I'm a walking institution
This shit has gone too far

This is the last time
Have to get you off my conscious
I hate it
How do you think you know me so well
This is the last time
So let me go

Oh the beat starts coming (you got that right)
The rest start sliding
So get your long legs shaking
We all start singing

you're telling me it's all the same
Now she's telling me I'm not to blame now
She's always telling me it's all the same
Now she's telling me I'm not to blame now

so I'm leaping off this planet
Head first into your arms
I'm a walking institution
This shit has gone too far too far now


This is the last time
Have to get you off my conscious
I hate it
How do you think you know me so well
This is the last time
So let me go
Let me go

Sought what you couldn't find in me
I found a new way to kill this ending
Sought what you couldn't find in me
I found a new way to kill this ending
Yeah
Kill this ending
Oh yeah yeah yeah yeah

Leaping off this planet
Head first into your arms
I'm a walking institution
This shit has gone too far

This is the last time
Have to get you off my conscious
I hate it
How do you think you know me so well
This is the last time
So let me go

So so well (she's the worst kind of lover)
So so well (it's the one time to love her)
So so well (she's the worst kind of lover)
So so well (she's the worst) [Repeat: x 2]

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Typical Lyrics as written by CHRISTOPHER BRIAN MOORE, JEREMY RYAN MENARD, JOEL AUSTIN SETZER, JORDAN SHROYER, JORDAN EVAN SHROYER, MARC S. ISPASS

Lyrics © Warner Chappell Music, Inc.

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    anyone have the other songs, like It's on Senor Go?

    twisterfxon September 27, 2006   Link
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    I love their semi complex lyrics.. I love them since the demo of DejaVroom...

    Excellent band.

    dag_102on February 14, 2007   Link

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