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Fall Out Boy Lyrics
"The Music Or The Misery"

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I got my stitches stitched, I got my fixes fixed,
In my aching head I got my kisses slipped.
Our gossip lips stuttered every word I said, I said,
I got your love letters, corrected the grammar and sent them back.
It's true - romance is dead, I shot it in the chest then in the head.

And if you wanna go down in history then I'm your prince,
Because they've got me in a bad way.
I've never seen a heart I couldn't break.
It was never about the songs, it was competition,
Make the biggest scene, make the biggest...

Which came first, the music or the misery?
We're high-fashioned, we're last chances.
Which came first, the music or the misery?
We're high-fashioned, we're last chances.

I'm casually-obsessed and I've forgiven death,
I am indifferent yet, (I am total wreck.)
I'm every cliche, but I simply do it best.

And if you wanna go down in history then I'm your prince,
Because they've got me in a bad way.
I've never seen a heart I couldn't break.
It was never about the songs, it was competition,
Make the biggest scene, (Make the biggest scene.)
Make the biggest...

Which came first, the music or the misery?
We're high-fashioned, we're last chances.
Which came first, the music or the misery? (Which came first?)
We're high-fashioned, we're last chances.

(Go!)

I went to sleep a poet, and I woke up a fraud,
To calm your nerves I'm feeling for my clothes in the dark.

Which came first, the music or the misery?
We're high-fashioned, we're last chances.

Which came first, the music or the misery?
We're high-fashioned, we're last chances.
Which came first, the music or the misery? (Which came first?)
We're high-fashioned, we're last chances.
This song is from the album "From Under The Cork Tree [Limited Black Clouds And Underdogs Edition]".