Hayley Williams Teenagers

I’m gonna go on

Livin’ like I never met you

And it’ll feel wrong at first

But I think I can forget you

Ignore the fact that we sleep

No more than three feet apart

I feel you now you’re all around me

Underneath me

You’re all around me

Underneath me

Well how was I to know

That what we carved in stone

Would be so temporary?

Well, how was I to know

That my first crack in love

Would not be the last?

Won’t be the last

It’s in the air now

Bitter tears and broken hearts

We’re teenagers

We count the years

We think we’re smart

But we’re not

We don’t know anything

So don’t ask me where I’ll go

‘Cause, frankly, I don’t know

And I don’t give a shit

Why must we all make sense?

Of what just won’t make sense

For once, I’m just gonna live

I’m just gonna live

We’re teenagers

We don’t know anything

We’re teenagers

We don’t know anything

Oh

Well how was I to know

That what we carved in stone

Would be so temporary?

(I’m gonna go on!)

Why must we all make sense?

Of what just won’t make sense

For once, I’m just gonna live

I’m just gonna live

Hayley Williams Nineteen

I felt you in my legs before I ever met you

And when you laid beside me for the first time, I told to you

I feel you in my heart and I don’t even know you

Now we’re saying bye, bye, bye

Now we’re saying bye, bye, bye

I was nineteen

Call me

I was nineteen

Call me

I felt you in my life before I ever thought to

Feel the need to lay down beside you and tell you

That I feel you in my heart and I don’t even know you

And now we’re saying bye, bye, bye

Now we’re saying bye, bye, bye

I was nineteen

Call me

I was nineteen

Call me

Flew home, back to where we met

Stayed inside, I was so upset

Cooked up a plan, it was good except I was all alone

You were all I had

Love you

You were all mine

Love me

I was yours right?

Love you

You were all mine

Love me

I was yours right?

I was yours right?

I was nineteen

Call me

I was nineteen

Could you blame me?

Could you blame me?

I was nineteen

Call me

I was nineteen

Call me