putting anger to a poppy tune

Too bad it isn’t always this easy.

one, two, three, four,
tell me that you love me more.
sleepless, long nights.
sighs, what my youth was for.
oh, teenage hopes
arrive at your door
left you with nothing,
but they want some more
oh, oh, oh,
you’re changing your heart.
oh, oh, oh,
you know who you are.
sweetheart, bitter heart,
now i can’t tell you apart.
cozy and cold,
put the horse before the cart.
those teenage hopes,
who have tears in their eyes.
too scared to own up,
to one little lie.
oh, oh, oh,
you’re changing your heart.
oh, oh, oh,
you know who you are.
one, two, three, four, five, six, nine, and ten.
money can’t buy you back the love that you had then.
one, two, three, four, five, six, nine, and ten.
money can’t buy you back the love that you had then.
oh, oh, oh,
you’re changing your heart.
oh, oh, oh,
you know who you are.
oh, oh, oh,
you’re changing your heart.
oh, oh, oh,
you know who you are.

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~ by Rose on 14 November 2007.

One Response to “putting anger to a poppy tune”

  1. Anger in Pop is beautifully demonstrated by The Jam’s Goin Underground!

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