FALL OUT BOY lyrics

Short, Fast, And Loud

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She's shallow like the shoreline during low tide but my hopes are not quite as high can't spot her faults, but she spotted mine she left me for herself considering i would too go figure im bigger than that go figure im bigger than that the battle's only halfway done i might look young but i'm no less defeated how's the weather up there? she left me for herself considering i would too. good god, i wish i was tall good god i wish good god, i wish i was tall good god i wish good god i wish i was tall good god i wish good god i wish i was tall go figure, im bigger than that go figure, im bigger than that go figure, im bigger than that go figure, im bigger than that how's the weather up there? good God i wish i was tall

Still Got A Prayer

Billy Falcon
As my daddy lay there on Omaha Beach It didn't look good For my brothers and me There were 24 hours on that longest day now ten thousand crosses Scar the beach where they lay Under machine gun fire On that blood day called D Back home a young girl was praying God bring him home for me CHORUS When you reach out And nobody's there Scream and shout No one seems to care When you think you've got nothing left to hold on to When you cry out And nobody hears Just fear and doubt All you've left is tears When you think You've got nothing left to hold on to You've still got a prayer When my mother was born On that South Brooklyn street It didn't look good For my brothers and me Born in the back of a store That sold cigars and candy Cold she lay crying And that's the way it would be CHORUS She took her last breath And I kissed her goodbye Walked down that hospital hall Trying so hard not to cry As he took his last breath On calvary's tree It didn't look good No there wasn't much hope For my brothers and me CHORUS ----------------------------------------

Me And Bobby Mcgee

JOHNNY CASH "På Österåker"
Busted flat in Baton Rouge, headin for the trains, Feelin nearly faded as my jeans. Bobby thumbed a diesel down just before it rained, Took us all the way to New Orleans. Took my harpoon out of my dirty red bandana And was blowin sad while Bobby sang the blues, With them windshield wipers slappin time and Bobby clappin hands we finally sang up every song That driver knew. Freedoms just another word for nothin left to lose, And nothin aint worth nothin but its free, Feelin good was easy, Lord, when Bobby sang the blues, And buddy, that was good enough for me, Good enough for me and my Bobby McGee. From the coalmines of Kentucky to the California sun, Bobby shared the secrets of my soul, Standin right beside me through everythin I done, And every night she kept me from the cold. The somewhere near salinas, Lord, I let her slip away, She was lookin for the love I hope shell find, Well I'd trade all my tomorrows for a single yesterday, Holdin Bobbys body close to mine. Freedoms just another word for nothin left to lose, And nothin left was all she left to me, Feelin good was easy, Lord, when Bobby sang the blues, And buddy, that was good enough for me. Good enough for me and Bobby McGee.

Two Feet Tall

Babel Fish "Babelfish"
Cold Laughing like a moron in a can A chill runs down my spine Am I the joke or the comedian I'm running out of time Lips that tasted tears Left a trail of peas Still Nothing has changed Nothing's new And there's nothing you can do When despair takes control When you're feeling two feet tall Fear Realizing it's become a curse It's driving me insane As paranoid as Stalin at his worst With no one left to blame Trembling like a leaf Sinking like a stone Finding no relief Nothing has changed... So will you help me out Catch me if I fall Will you erase some doubt I've been feeling two feet tall A kiss Lips that tasted tears Left a sense of waste Apathy appears Nothing has changed Nothing's new But the fear of losing you There's no cure No loophole When you're feeling two feet tall

I've Got A Good Memory

Aaron Tippin "You've Got to Stand for Something"
(Aaron Tippin/Buddy Brock) It was a quarter till three on the day that we met Exactly nine o' five on the night that she left Well I tried my best but I still can't forget How good she used to be And it's just too bad I've got a good memory Good memories are hard to leave behind I've got a bushel basket of 'em running through my mind I still love her but she don't love me And it's just too bad I've got a good memory Lord, it's just too bad I've got a good memory She had a front page smile and a watch-me walk Left a love light burning that I can't turn off Her first impression left a lasting thought That keeps coming back to me And it's just too bad I've got a good memory Good memories are hard to leave behind I've got a bushel basket of 'em running through my mind I still love her but she don't love me And it's just too bad I've got a good memory Lord, it's just too bad I've got a good memory And it's just too bad I've got a good memory Lord, it's just too bad I've got a good memory

Biggest Side

ANOUK
it's good to see you after all this time it's good to know that you are doing fine but I can't help but notice in a bar on Friday night there is something you should tell me but your driver waits outside [chorus] you're moving on, you're going to a bigger world you're moving on, you're ready for the universe it's meaningless to me 'cause you're not here to see the bigger side of me I swear I saw a tear roll down your face bet there's a lot of smoke in bars these days all I notice is the light that shines upon you from aside getting jealous of the coffee in the cup you hold so tight chorus you're moving on to God knows where send me a postcard when you're there will I remember? what will I say the weather is nice today ? chorus

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