Guns N’ Roses performing Rocket Queen. Live at The Ritz New York 1988.
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Sometimes I'm stupid Sometimes I'm fucking hard work Sometimes I'm the worst person I only know how to hurt, yeah Sometimes I'm scared of loving I don't know just what you're worth But that don't mean I can't learn 'Cause I can I can learn, 'cause I can Turn off the light, she said I'm going to bed I don't wanna talk right now I'm turning my head If we could go back to where we first started I would go right now Remember the days before this all started It's got me thinking how Sometimes I'm stupid Sometimes I'm fucking hard work Sometimes I'm the worst person I only know how to hurt Sometimes I'm scared of loving And I don't know what you're worth But that don't mean I can't learn 'Cause I can Oh, ho You didn't show tonight Was it something I said? I must have called a thousand times But your phone must be dead You're perfect, I'm not I'm getting better Or so I like to think And I want to build us a future And you're the missing link I should have told you how I felt When I had the chance I should have held you higher up In all my plans I should have told you how I felt (hey) I should have told you how I felt I should have looked back to you As I walked away I should have given you a kiss But now it's too late I should have told you how I felt (hey) I should have told you how I felt Source: LyricFind
Mmm num ba deDum bum ba beDoo buh dum ba beh beh Pressure pushing down on mePressing down on you, no man ask forUnder pressure that burns a building downSplits a family in twoPuts people on streets Um ba ba beUm ba ba beDe day daEe day da, that’s okay It’s the terror of knowing […]
“Kiss on My List” is a song by the American duo Hall & Oates. It was written by Daryl Hall and Janna Allen, and produced by the duo. It was the third singlerelease from their ninth studio album, Voices (1980), and became their second US Billboard Hot 100 number-one single (after “Rich Girl” in 1977). It spent three weeks at the top spot. The song was […]