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[1st verse: John Gourley]
So young, just begun
Don’t need to live to know
What I’ve become
When ya wake up
Still in your make up
You’ll make it home just
Fine without breaking down

[Spoken sample interlude]
Man that’s so young [Zoe Manville]
That’s so young [A$AP Rocky]

[Bridge: John Gourley]
Stay calm, we’ll all just get along
Sit around, pretendin’ like nothing’s wrong
So long, love letter
But you and I are gonna live forever

[Chorus John Gourley & Zoe Manville]
I don’t need to make amends
But I’m done going undercover
I just want to find a friend
I don’t need another lover
One day the world may end
But there’s still plenty to discover
‘Til then I’ll just pretend
I don’t need another lover

[2nd verse: John Gourley]
So young, loaded gun
Oblivious to what the trigger does
When you wake up
Never gonna make up
Got ammunition on a mission
We’re gonna shoot you down

[Spoken sample interlude]
Man that’s so young [Zoe Manville]
That is so young [A$AP Rocky]

[3rd verse: John Gourley]
Knocked out with the Midas touch
A champion wearing golden gloves
Got you punch drunk, seeing stars
Little birdies singing “why’d ya fall so hard?”

[2nd Chorus: John Gourley and Zoe Manville]
I don’t need to make amends
But I’m done going undercover
I just want to find a friend
I don’t need another lover
One day the world may end
But there’s still plenty to discover
‘Til then I’ll just pretend
I don’t need another lover

[4th verse: John Gourley & Zoe Manville]
My light burning bright
Everlong till the thrill is gone
Love’s my battle cry
It’s never wrong
How I stay so strong
I’ll fight all my life
I’m all like I can’t go on
When I can’t go on
We’re gonna live forever
We’re gonna live forever

[3rd Chorus: John Gourley & Zoe Manville]
I don’t need to make amends
But I’m done going undercover
I just want to find a friend
I don’t need another lover
Today the world will end
You never know we may recover
No time left to pretend
I don’t need another lover

[Outro]
Oooh… it’s troubling
When the belly of the beast starts rumbling
Oooh… it’s getting too hot
Like it’s summer in the city that we’re living in
Oooh… it’s troubling
When the belly of the beast starts rumbling
Oooh… it’s getting too hot
Like it’s summer in the city that we’re living in

[A$AP Rocky]
Feeling so young…

[Verse 1: John Gourley]
Hey man I’m cool to lean on
But I’m not your property
See I’m crushin’ down these problems
Cuttin’ pain with poverty
I’m just tryna catch a free ride
From the temple to the tomb

[Bridge: John Gourley & Zoe Manville]
I could really really really
Use a rich rich friend like you
I could really really really
Use a rich rich friend like you

[Verse 2: John Gourley]
Let me be your one-man army
I’ll campaign for anarchy
I been slippin’ through the cracks
Like I was clothed in Vaseline
Let me be your little sunshine
In all this gloom and doom

[Bridge: John Gourley & Zoe Manville]
I could really really really
Use a rich rich friend like you
I could really really really
Use a rich rich friend like you

[Chorus: John Gourley & Zach Carothers]
Crashin’ on chardonnay and Adderall
Driving head-on into the Wonderwall
Every day holidays when daddy’s gone
Livin’ life like we’re the only ones that know we’re famous

[Verse 3: John Gourley]
From the Capetown coliseums
Cold disparity
Electric fences hummin’ like a hive without a queen
We’re all tryna catch a free ride
From the temple to the tomb

[Bridge: John Gourley & Zoe Manville]
I could really really really
Use a rich rich friend like you
I could really really really
Use a rich rich friend like you

[Chorus: John Gourley & Zach Carothers]
Crashin’ on chardonnay and Adderall
Driving head-on into the Wonderwall
Every day holidays when daddy’s gone
Livin’ life like we’re the only ones that know we’re famous

[Break]

[Chorus: John Gourley & Zach Carothers]
Crashin’ on chardonnay and Adderall
Driving head-on into the Wonderwall
Every day holidays when daddy’s gone
Livin’ life like we’re the only ones that know we’re famous
Crashin’ on chardonnay and Adderall
Driving head-on into the Wonderwall
Every day holidays when daddy’s gone
Livin’ life like we’re the only ones that know we’re famous

[Intro: Richie Haven]
Freedom
Freedom
Freedom
Freedom

Sometimes I feel like a motherless child
Sometimes I feel like a motherless child
A long way from my home

Sometimes I feel like I’m almost gone
Sometimes I feel like I’m almost gone

[Verse 1: John Gourley]
When the morning came
Like another’s pain
But didn’t know to fade
Like the sound it made

Let’s go down the drain
With the falling rain
Wash away the stains
In the evening shade

[Pre-Chorus]
It’s that suffering
Don’t know why it brings
Such sweet memories
Will be the end of me

[Chorus]
But you’ll come out all right
(Yeah) I know it seems there’s no end in sight
(Yeah) But it doesn’t mean you can’t put up a fight
But ya don’t, no, no
But ya don’t, no, no

[Post-Chorus]
No, no, no
No, no, no
No, no, no

[Verse 2: John Gourley]
All the trails we blazed
Have long since been paved
Leadin’ the modern age
On down memory lane

Can’t turn the page
Like it’s just a phase
Somehow still be amazed
That the leaves had changed

[Pre-Chorus]
It’s that suffering
Don’t know why it brings
Such sweet memories
Will be the end of me

[Chorus]
But you’ll come out all right
(Yeah) I know it seems there’s no end in sight
(Yeah) But it doesn’t mean you can’t put up a fight
But ya don’t, no, no
But ya don’t, no, no

But you’ll come out all right
(Yeah) I know it seems there’s no end in sight
(Yeah) But it doesn’t mean you can’t put up a fight
But ya don’t, no, no
But ya don’t, no, no

[interlude: Richie Haven]
Sometimes I feel like I’m almost gone
Sometimes I feel like I’m almost gone
When I need my brother (yeah)
Father (yeah)
Sister (yeah)
Mother (yeah)
Yeah yeah yeah yeah

[Outro: John Gourley]
It’s gonna be all right
Telling white lies
Of late nights
‘Til the sunrise
Cause when we rise up we rise up above
All of the chaos
To get lost
Don’t make me don’t make me wake up
Cause I’m gonna be like a drug
That never gets old
Or gives hope
But baby you make me feel loved

[Intro: John Gourley]
Hello, I’m, hello, I’m, hello, I’m
Hello, I’m introducing

[Verse 1: John Gourley & Zoe Manville]
Hello, I’m introducing
Live leak the revolution
Go stream it now on demand
New world distribution
Let’s make low resolutions
Let’s reverse evolution
Let’s leave behind this dry land
Crawl back to the ocean

[Pre-Chorus: Zoe Manville]
Act like you’re over it, still be upset
Naturally gifted, I’m losing it
Act like you’re over it, still be upset
Naturally gifted, down for heavy lifting

[Chorus: John Gourley & Mary Elizabeth Winstead]
I know my rights, je t’aime Paris (je t’aime Paris)
Live or die like c’est la vie (c’est la vie)
With my fist in the air, “je suis Charlie” (je suis Charlie)
Can’t ya see I’m feeling magnifique? (magnifique)

[Post-Chorus: Zoe Manville]
So down, is there no hope?
I can’t believe in no one
So down, is there no hope?
I can’t believe in no one

[Interlude: John Gourley]
Out for me, out for me, out for me, out for me
They got it out for me, out for me, out for me, out for me

[Verse 2: John Gourley & Zoe Manville]
Broke out the institution
Got lost in the confusion
Not mad, man, I’m a big fan
I love that “Noise Pollution”
It’s in my constitution
Forever disillusioned
So, go on, keep on talkin’
Y’all can’t take my bullshit
You can’t take my bullshit
You can’t take my bullshit

[Pre-Chorus: John Gourley]
Act like you’re over it, still be upset
Naturally gifted, down for heavy lifting

[Chorus: John Gourley & Mary Elizabeth Winstead]
I know my rights, je t’aime Paris (je t’aime Paris)
Live or die like c’est la vie (c’est la vie)
With my fist in the air, “je suis Charlie” (je suis Charlie)
Can’t ya see I’m feeling magnifique? (magnifique)

[Post-Chorus: Zoe Manville & Mary Elizabeth Winstead]
So down, is there no hope? (c’est la vie)
I can’t believe in no one (I’m still feeling magnifique)
So down, is there no hope?
I can’t believe in no one

[Bridge: Mary Elizabeth Winstead]
Tu cries, tu souffres, (haha) et tu souris
Tu broies du noir, et tu rougis
Tu cries, tu souffres, et tu souris
Tu broies du noir et tu souris
Ah-ah, ah-ah

[Chorus: John Gourley & Mary Elizabeth Winstead]
I know my rights, je t’aime Paris (je t’aime Paris)
Live or die like c’est la vie (c’est la vie)
With my fist in the air, “je suis Charlie” (je suis Charlie)
Can’t ya see I’m feeling magnifique? (magnifique)
I know my rights, je t’aime Paris
Live or die like c’est la vie (c’est la vie)
Even when the world has it out for me
I’m still feeling magnifique

[Post-Chorus: Zoe Manville & John Gourley]
So down, is there no hope? (c’est la vie)
I can’t believe in no one (magnifique)
So down, is there no hope?
I can’t believe in no one

[Outro: John Gourley]
Yeah, oh
Yeah, oh

[Intro]
(New York City, 1977, here we go)

[Verse 1: Zoe Manville & John Gourley]
Are you living your teens in a shed?
Is growing up giving you the bends?
Is my little sunshine getting jealous of the moonbeams
Feeling gloomy in your bed?
You left your friends where the pavement ends
The road of broken bones begins
Between here and now
There’s glitter falling and a banner that says “welcome to hell”
Make yourself at home but leave behind free will
Can you feel me now?

[Pre-Chorus: John Gourley & Zoe Manville]
You know I can’t feel this pain in my heart
Because it’s hard to see it falling apart
Maybe I’m too blind to see why trouble finds me
But if it’s here I’d rather see where it leads
Call me Mr. Lonely

[Chorus: Zach Carothers & Zoe Manville]
You can call me anything, call me if you know me
You can call me king, I got 48 below me
You can call me anything, call me if you know me
You can call me king but there ain’t a lot below me
You can call me king, I’m the king, you wanna know me
But no one calls me, call me Mr. Lonely

[Verse 3: John Gourley]
The stars are falling and I bet they got some stories to tell
Be like long ago when I knew you well
Listen for a change
Can you hear it now?

[Pre-Chorus: John Gourley & Zoe Manville]
You know I can’t feel this pain in my heart
Because it’s honestly been falling apart
Maybe I’m too blind to see how trouble finds me
Well if it’s here I’m gonna see where it leads
Call me Mr. Lonely

[Chorus: Zach Carothers & Zoe Manville]
You can call me anything, call me if you know me
You can call me king, I got 48 below me
You can call me anything, call me if you know me
You can call me king but there ain’t a lot below me
You can call me king, I’m the king, you wanna know me
But no one calls me, call me Mr. Lonely

[Verse 4: Zoe Manville]
Do you whisper your dreams to the deaf (hello?)
Deny that it’s all in your head (that thought)
The bitter past sleeps, sitting pretty in a limousine
Lookin’ cruely under-fed (the real king)
Leave your friends where the pavement ends
The road of broken promise begins
Feet, don’t fail me now

[Verse 5: Fat Lip]
Broken promises, alcohol anonymous
Inducted in the hall of fame for vomitin’
I puked around the world, I’m the Duke of Earl
I used to have a girl but she wasn’t happy
She left me naturally, she left with Natalie
They left in the back of a taxi, they was laughin’ at me
So I lit the club, bottles up, poppin’ shit
False sense of happiness, perhaps I’ll take what I get
I guess it’s better than nothin’, right?
Least I got this blunt to light
I’m doin’ what I want tonight
Tomorrow I’m like “fuck my life”
Laugh once, cry twice
I’m bad at takin’ good advice
Man this lonely life ain’t nothin’ nice