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Forest Whitaker Lyrics

Second half, right?

We started a fire;
that was never supposed to burn out.
You started a band;
that was cool for awhile but it turned pretty bland.

I started a fight;
with the neighbor next door
and his pesky wife.
you started a job;
that you hate when your sober
and hate even more when you're not.

I know you hate me too,
always say you do.

And you moved to Japan;
thought a clean bill of health and a camera
could show you the plan.
I bought a bird that repeats what i say,
but "I'm lonely" is all that he's heard.

You found a guy,
that is clearly that is opposite me
with a black motorbike
I digged around,
but its just like a movie that's picture
is off with the sound.

I know you hate me too
You always say you do.

You started to write
it was subtle at first,
but the danger was clearly in sight.

I don't reply
due to a lack of an ego
and laziness that cuts like a knife.

You say that you're good
had a baby with biker
and named him Forest Whitaker.
I'm laying low
on the probable chance
you convince me to give him a home.

I know you hate me too,
You always say you do
I know you that hate me too
You always say you do.

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