I've got to be me baby and you gotta be you
Something isn't right but I know I love you
I only want what's best I don't know Is this
Some kind of test.
Yeah and you're failing
All we do is bicker
Say goodbye,
Kiss my ass I hope you die
Wish me well You can go to hell
We were so different a short time ago love
Is suppose to make us happy supposed to make us grow
But I just want to punch you in the face
I love you I guess needed the space
Oh well another time and another place
Say goodbye,
Kiss my ass I hope you die
Wish me well
You can go to hell


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Wish Me Well (You Can Go to Hell) Lyrics as written by Greggory A. Attonito Bryan T. Kienlen

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    I absolutely love this song, My best friend nick and I fight like this all the time, so if we dated, this is how we would end it. I love the bouncing souls for the fact that they can have fun doing anything.

    tragicemoon June 19, 2002   Link
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    The ending converastion REALLY reminds me of how my ex would talk... Funny girl, that preacher's daughter...

    SSJ4Sephirothon June 22, 2003   Link
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    He didn't even try to change things, what a cock. I would have gotten her back with the quickness.

    BrianLovesJennieon June 26, 2003   Link
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    haha..such a fun song...I blasted this song for days after my ex broke up with me...so great.

    Heather200408on June 17, 2005   Link
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    The end of this song is SO funny.

    ghoststorieson March 10, 2007   Link

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