Verse: A Waking up your neighbors downstairs, F#m7 I've been inside your bedroom a thousand years. D And as you tie me to the bed for good I say A that I want you in the most unromantic way. D F#m Louisiana, you're torturing me with a beautiful face. D Ana come on, I thought we had a damn good thing. A F#7 a penny in the couch and a diamond ring. Chorus: F# D So baby stay away from my friends, Bm7 F#7 'cause I need them to carry me. F# D When it's over I'll count back from ten, D F#7 D -once- and you can list-en to glass hearts shattering. Verse: A I don't know how you got into me, F#m7 down my throat and made a home in my veins. D They used to be the rivers that would take us away, A but now you only call me every Christmas and my birthday. D B I still can't believe how you look next to me, D B -once- just like a strip club bedroom scene. Chorus: F# D Baby stay away from my friends, Bm7 F#7 'cause I need them to carry me. F# D When it's over I'll count back from ten, D F#7 -break- and you can list-en to something that you've never heard before. Interlude: F#m D F#m D Verse: A But you don't know what it's like D to wake up in the middle of the night, scaring the thought of kissing razors. A This blood evacuation is telling me to cave in. D Stay away. Outro: A D A -once- Just stay away from my friends.
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