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roy blair – favorite lyrics

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lipstick you spent too much on
rubs off but i’ll still hold your hand
we saw clueless with the moon on
ask a love song how long does it last
my dad works in sacramento
so i stay at my mom’s during the week
he didn’t miss much growing up
i just smoked a bunch
fitting in the [?]
yeah, i think

you see my denim, the way we falling deep
i think we might have found heaven, forever seventeen baby
i don’t think you hear me (nah, nah)
i don’t think you hear me [?]
[?] my friends all think of me the same
[?] all i have so i don’t have n-body to blame
[?] use the pain
panic attacks all through the year
the one at a 7/11, ran out so fast i forgot your name

and you are my favorite thing
listening to avril lavigne
taking off my gl-sses
should’ve listened to my dad and what he said to me

you are my favorite thing
listening to avril lavigne
taking off my gl-sses
never listened to my dad and what he said to me

if this is what you really want
then call me when you’re coming home
fell in love on the 101
all the walls that we met each other in
borrowed money from my brother then
sister just moved out the house
found a place trying to work it out
mom [?] before my -ss was out

just tell me that you love me even if you’re lying
trying to get by but i can’t be bothered
you can’t find me i don’t go outside much
only stay inside bruh don’t know what the time is
run a mile in the middle of nowhere
who knows where home is
and i need to go visit before our summer was ending
and the feelings changed

and you are my favorite thing (my favorite thing)
listening to avril lavigne (it’s complicated)
taking off my gl-sses (you was taking off my gl-sses)
should’ve listened to my dad and what he said to me

you are my favorite thing (my favorite thing)
listening to avril lavigne
taking off my gl-sses (taking off my gl-sses)
never listened to my dad and what he said to me

and he said to me that he’d do it again (do it again)
[?] all over
he’d do it all over