Tag: Junior High


Sigrid – I Don’t Want to Know Lyrics


[Verse 1]
I know you have your good side, oh, I know you have
Even at your worst, you, you’re not so bad

[Pre-Chorus]
But when you had the choice, you chose someone else
When you had the choice, you chose someone else
Someone else

[Chorus]
I don’t wanna meet ya, I don’t wanna talk
‘Cause I don’t wanna know that nothing’s changed at all
You don’t need a reason, this is not your fault
I don’t wanna know, I don’t wanna know
I don’t wanna know

[Verse 2]
My everyday reminder, walking by your house
That I’m the outsider in your crowd

[Pre-Chorus]
‘Cause when you had the choice, you chose someone else
When you had the choice, you chose someone else
Someone else

[Chorus]
I don’t wanna meet ya, I don’t wanna talk
‘Cause I don’t wanna know that nothing’s changed at all
You don’t need a reason, this is not your fault
I don’t wanna know, I don’t wanna know
I don’t wanna know

[Bridge]
And I tell my Mom I feel like the odd one out
Then she says that no one really likes Junior High
And I believe her, yeah, I believe her
And if I run into you in the same old bar
I’ll say, “It’s totally cool, I’m not hurt at all”
“It’s good to see you, so good to see you”

[Chorus]
But I don’t wanna meet ya, I don’t wanna talk
‘Cause I don’t wanna know that nothing’s changed at all
You don’t need a reason, this is not your fault
I don’t wanna know, no, I don’t wanna know
I don’t wanna know

[Outro]
I don’t wanna know
I don’t wanna know
I don’t wanna know


Bastille – What Would You Do lyrics

October 27, 2016

Lyrics

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[Verse 1]
Boys and girls, wanna hear a true story?
Saturday night was at this real wild party
There was liquor overflowin’ the cup,
About 5 or 6 strippers trying to work for a buck.
So I took one girl outside with me,
Her name was Londy, she went to Junior High with me,
I said, “Why you up in there dancing for cash?
I guess a whole lot’s changed since I seen you last.”
She said,

[Chorus]
What would you do if your son was at home
Crying all alone
On the bedroom floor,
‘Cause he’s hungry and the only way to feed him is to
Sleep with a man for a little bit of money?
And his daddy’s gone in and out of lock down,
I ain’t got a job now,
He’s just smokin’ rock now,
So for you this is just a good time
But for me this is what I call life

[Verse 2]
Girl, you ain’t the only one to have a baby,
That’s no excuse to be living all crazy
So she stared me right square in the eye
And said, “Everyday I wake up, hoping to die”
She said, “They’re gonna know about pain
‘Cause me and my sister ran away,
So our daddy couldn’t rape us,
Before I was a teenager
I done been through more shit
You can’t even relate to”

[Chorus]
What would you do if your son was at home
Crying all alone
On the bedroom floor,
‘Cause he’s hungry and the only way to feed him is to
Sleep with a man for a little bit of money?
And his daddy’s gone in and out of lock down,
I ain’t got a job now,
He’s just smokin’ rock now,
So for you this is just a good time
But for me this is what I call life

[Bridge]
What would you do?
Get up off my feet and stop making tired excuses
What would you do?
Get up off my feet and stop making tired excuses
What would you do?
Get up off my feet and stop making tired excuses
What would you do?
Get up off my feet!

[Chorus]
What would you do if your son was at home
Crying all alone
On the bedroom floor,
‘Cause he’s hungry and the only way to feed him is to
Sleep with a man for a little bit of money?
And his daddy’s gone in and out of lock down,
I ain’t got a job now,
He’s just smokin’ rock now,
So for you this is just a good time
But for me this is what I call life

[Verse 3]
What would you do if your son was at home
Crying all alone
On the bedroom floor,
‘Cause he’s hungry and the only way to feed him is to
Sleep with a man for a little bit of money?
And his daddy’s gone in and out of lock down,
I ain’t got a job now,
He’s just smokin’ rock now,
So for you this is just a good time
But for me this is what I call life

[Outro]
What would you do if your son was at home
Crying all alone
On the bedroom floor,
‘Cause he’s hungry