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July Talk

Someone

 
Verse 1

Peter
I'm a stolen car
Your favorite deadbeat bar
Your Friday dirty drug
I keep you stuck

 
Verse 2

Leah and Peter
Go on and run me down
Leah
Turn your face around
Better left unsaid
Inside your head

 
Chorus

Peter and Leah
Favorite drug, will someone
Take advantage of
[uhu-huhuh-huh]
[uhu-huhuh-huh]

 
Post
Chorus

Peter
Cold water,
Peter and Leah ^ Peter
You need ^ cold water
You need ^ someone,
Peter
Someone

(hoo!)

 
Verse 3

Peter
Well you're nearly there
So cut your hair
You'll be a women if you try
Keep yourself satisfied

 
Chorus

Peter and Leah
Favorite drug, will someone
Take advantage of
[uhu-huhuh-huh]
Favorite drug, will someone
Take advantage of
[uhu-huhuh-huh]
[uhu-huhuh-huh]

 
Post
Chorus

Peter
Cold water,
Peter and Leah ^ Peter
You need ^ cold water
You need ^ someone,
Peter
Someone

Information

Writer(s): Ian Matthew Docherty, Peter Goyette Dreimanis, Leah Fay Goldstein, Eamon Michael McGrath, Daniel Patrick Thomas Miles, Josh Earl Warburton
Video: "JulyTalkVEVO" YouTube Channel

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