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Death from Above 1979

Romantic Rights (Album Version)

Verse 1

Your romantic rights are all that you got
Push them down son it's more than just lip
C'mon girls I know you know what you want
C'mon, C'mon now and give them all shhhhh

Verse 2

You're beating walls now you just won't quit
You play with shapes but they just won't fit
I know you love me you don't know what you like
You're watching TV, I stay up all night

Chorus

I don't need you
I want you
I don't need you
I want you

Verse 3

South Carolina kid is heating things up
His wounds are bleeding and we're filling the cup
This game will save us if we don't die young
C'mon, c'mon yea have a little fun

Verse 4

Come here baby I love your company
We could do it and start a family
She was living alone unhappily
We could do it, it's right romantically

Bridge

Come here baby I love your company
We could do it and start a family
She was living alone unhappily
We could do it, it's right romantically

Come _ baby _ your company
Could do it _ start a family
She was living alone unhappily
We could do it, it's right romantically

Come here baby I love your company
We could do it and start a family
She was living alone unhappily
We could do it, it's right romantically

Chorus

I don't need you
I want you
I don't need you
I want you

Bridge

(Oh)
(Oh Ohh)

Chorus

I don't need you
I want you
I don't need you
I want you
I don't need you
I want you
I don't need you
I want you

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Writer(s): Sebastien Alexandre Grainger, Jesse Frederick Keeler
Video: "Atlantic Records" YouTube Channel

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