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SLEEPING WITH SIRENS - Agree To Disagree (Live at Electric Ballroom - London)

SLEEPING WITH SIRENS // HOW IT FEELS TO BE LOST (DELUXE) // OUT 8/21

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AGREE TO DISAGREE // LYRICS

Maybe I should care a little more about what everybody thinks
But I just don’t have the time for nobody but me
The mood I’m in keeps changing like the weather
So you can keep the sun cause I like the night time better

You think you’re better than me?
You don’t like what you see?
I think it’s best we agree to disagree
I’m doing fine by myself
I never asked for your help
I think it’s best we agree to disagree

I wear my heart on my sleeve like a worn out sweater
But with a needle and some thread I’ve been keeping it together
Life’s too short To be worried about whatever
So you keep shining in the sun, but I like the night time better

You think you’re better than me?
You don’t like what you see?
I think it’s best we agree to disagree
I’m doing fine by myself
I never asked for your help
I think it’s best we agree to disagree

You think I’m wrong
It doesn’t make you right
Now there’s no crossing the line
Stay on your own side

You think you’re better than me?
You don’t like what you see?
I think it’s best we agree to disagree
I’m doing fine by myself
I never asked for your help
I think it’s best we agree to disagree
Agree to disagree
Agree to disagree

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