If you want me to spell it out
You ripped my heart out I'm not coming
Round back to you and your superficial girl crowd
Because i'm very proud, loudly I'll confess my anger
And madness, frustration,
looks like I'm back to masturbation
Oh well its worth it
Its worth it
Its worth it

We dont goto bed
We just have sex

If you disagree I'll make it clear, I
Dont want you here, in fact I want to see you
Never, never, never, never, never,
never, never, never, never, never,
never....did I mention never again, times ten
Understand? its not an option that you have, its fact
Its fun

We dont goto bed
We just have sex
I'm not suppose to care
We're not even friends

If you disappear I'll say it loud,
in fact I'll shout it out
You're gone forever, you and your super ditzy girl crowd
Look what I found on the ground to replace your
Faces, fake faces, a can of mace says, that you'll never
be back in this place again
Damn, I can breathe again
I can breathe again
Well I can breathe

We dont goto bed
We just have sex
I'm not suppose to care
We're not even friends
We're not even friends
We're not even friends

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Never, Never, Never Lyrics as written by Perry Bamonte Jason Toop Cooper

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    interesting song , its different . i enjoyed it and i think i can get used to it . pretty kool .

    NIKKIEon April 08, 2003   Link

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