If I thought you could find a way, I'd tell you to go get lost
But why ask you to pay attention when your brain can't stand the cost?
Look at you
And the state you're in, next to you
Even a brick is thin

You oughta scratch from the human race
You are a waste of a name
A waste of time and a waste of space
You've only one claim to fame
I don't like you

If a thought came into your head, it would die of loneliness
You rate absolute zero, no more and not even less
Look at you
Oh, what a state, next to you
Short planks are underweight

You oughta scratch from the human race
You are a waste of a name
A waste of time and a waste of space
You've only one claim to fame
I don't like you

Annoyed, annoyed, no I'm not paranoid
'Cause that would mean I have to care and I couldn't be annoyed

You don't entertain ideas, you just simply bore them
You couldn't find your feet if you were looking for them
Looking at you
It's hard for me, next to you
Is nowhere to be

You oughta scratch from the human race
You are a waste of a name
A waste of time and a waste of space
You've only one claim to fame
I don't like you

I don't like you
I don't like you
I don't like you
No way!
No way!


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I Don't Like You Lyrics as written by Gordon Archer Ogilvie Jake Burns

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