First to the fact: That face shot back with bullets made of lead
They stay inside your bones, confuse your body, and your head

And it's been some time
Of thinking 'bout what's never here
And waiting for that guy to disappear...
So Jamie, don't play me
I don't dig hard to get
Just be a werewolf and don't talk to me
If you want me, I'd rather be bit

The next step down I walked right through a trap that catches many
I did not find, that at that time, confusion would come plenty

And it's been some time
Of thinking 'bout what's never here
And waiting for that guy to disappear...
So Jamie, don't play me
I don't dig hard to get
Just be a werewolf and don't talk to me
If you want me, I'd rather be bit

And it's been some time
Of thinking 'bout what's never here
And waiting for that guy to disappear...
So Jamie, don't play me
I don't dig hard to get
Just be a werewolf and don't talk to me
If you want me, I'd rather be bit

Jamie, don't play me
I don't dig hard to get
Just be a werewolf and don't talk to me
If you want me, I'd rather be bit


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