"Typical" as written by and Sean Kennedy Stefan Runstrom....
She struts up to me
She whispers my name as if I know her
But I never knew her

She asks me the time
A quarter to one, we go for a drive
I just don't know her

On the coldest night
In the darkest room
I will sleep alone
'cause it's better than you
Yeah, it's better than you

You can't play me like that
It's a matter of fact
You're nothing more than a typical whore
And I won't be your fool
Anymore

I go to her house
Flip on the telly and lie on the couch
But I don't feel her
Anymore

She asks me to bed
This is the end of my disenchantment
Now that I'm walking out the door

On the coldest night
In the darkest room
I will sleep alone
'cause it's better than you
Yeah, it's better than you

You can't play me like that
It's a matter of fact
You're nothing more than a typical whore
And I won't be your fool
Anymore

Maybe some day you'll get it
Perhaps you'll regret it
Or maybe you'll find someone else who accepts it
I won't be the one

You can't play me like that, it's a matter of fact
You can't play me like that, it's a matter of fact

On the coldest night
In the darkest room
I will sleep alone
'cause it's better than you
Yeah, it's better than you

You can't play me like that
It's a matter of fact
You're nothing more than a typical whore
And I won't be your fool
Anymore

Maybe some day you'll get it
Perhaps you'll regret it
Or maybe you'll find someone else who accepts it
I won't be the one



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"Typical" as written by Lee Miles Buchanan John Houston Schou

Lyrics © Round Hill Music Big Loud Songs, WIND-UP PUBLISHING

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    General CommentThis song totally speaks for its self....
    A guy is getting played by a girl and is fed up with it...
    I just seen them live 2 days ago and this song was like 324235435345435 times better live...
    Even tho it rocks on cd, these guys know how to put on a show!!!
    Buxtonon February 06, 2009   Link

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