[Verse 1]
I feel stupid, I feel useless, I feel insane
I feel toothless, man you're ruthless, aw yeah
I go to Loving Hut, I get my hair cut, I feel the same
I feel putrid, I'm getting used to it these days

[Chorus]
You said, "It's only in your head
They're probably thinking the same thing"

[Verse 2]
I'm bleeding, you're leaving, I feel strange
You been distant, you seem different than yesterday
Everybody hurts, everybody breaks and everybody fades
We're gonna tell everyone it's okay
We're gonna tell everyone it's okay
We're gonna tell everyone, tell everyone
Tell everyone, everyone it's okay
We're gonna tell everyone, tell everyone
We're gonna tell everyone it's okay
We're gonna tell everyone, tell everyone
Tell everyone it's okay

[Chorus]
You said, "It's only in your head
They're probably thinking the same thing"
You said, "It's only in your head
They're probably thinking the same thing"
You said, "It's only in your head
They're probably thinking the same thing"
You said, "It's only in your head
They're probably thinking the same thing"


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