No. 1 Single - EP

by Raccoon Jay

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released November 23, 2014

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Track Name: No. 1 Single
Two months ago, you were taking it slow
With a Four Loko when I asked you out

You said "well that'd be fine,
"But I need some time to live the last one down."

You gave me the rain-check
For this train-wreck I would not see coming
I just couldn't see you started dodging me
On every free weekend.

I spoke the truth
I really hoped that we'd grow closer
But this song needs you
And I need my very first number one

It was mid-December
You could hardly remember the night you ruined it all

You tongue-wrassled with Dan
And hardly able to stand, you puked all over the mall

I quickly forgave
We all make mistakes even though he was one of my bros
No, it's cool, we got this
If we keep it honest. So whenever you're free let me know

I spoke the truth
I really hoped that we'd grow closer
But this song needs you
And I need my very first number one

I asked about that night
And you got all uptight, blaming it all on Dan

I said "well, that's not true"
And you said "screw you" over and over again

I asked if you were okay
You said "there's no way you're going out with me now"

You wanted to feel wanted
Took a while till I saw it. Now it makes for a bitching rock out.

I spoke the truth
I really hoped that we'd grow closer
But this song needs you
And I need my very first number one
Track Name: Till I Find It (Dubstep Remix)
I want to be famous so I could throw it all away
And move out to the country where all our dreams would stay
I want my heart vacant so when the right one comes along
That I would have the chance to say... well I haven't got that far

I want to fly airplanes so I can know just what I've missed
Cuz yeah, I'd rather miss it than not know I had it
I want to feel homesick so I can know just where home is
And if it is nowhere, then I'll run till I find it

I want to remember that night one summer when
Love seemed so possible, and I'll wait for that again