Bleachers – Self Respect Lyrics

Bleachers Self Respect Lyrics

I’m on my hands and knees begging you to kiss me
When I’m not around, do you even miss me?
I’m so tired of having self respect
Let’s do something I’ll regret

Good morning my strangest twin
I’ve changed the locks and let the right one in
I still hide, I still tumbleweed
But lost see lost
And I’ve been quiet, screams
All black white and blue
All echo trails and nonstick glue
Well, the binsons go “vroom” and the bastards go “yawn”
I’m out here on my own, fuck it I’m going long

I’m on my hands and knees begging you to kiss me
When I’m not around, do you even miss me?
I’m so tired of having self respect
Let’s do something I’ll regret

I think it was the
Day that Kobe fell from the sky, or
Day that Kendall Pepsi smiled, or
Day that I had held her last
These days of our lives, they’re rough and they’re fast and unfair

And held together by a paper clasp
And they’re drenched in a moment past
And they’re only known when somebody is gone
Well, the years move fast, but the dread goes hard

I’m on my hands and knees begging you to kiss me
When I’m not around, do you even miss me?
I’m so tired of having self respect
Let’s do something I’ll regret

Well, the crowd goes wild
Yeah, the crowd goes wild
For the burning of witches or the killing of kings
When the crowd goes wild
Everybody sings

“I was holy once, oh I loved you once”
Destroying somebody’s life as a means of saying
“I’m still here and I’m still playing”

I’m on my hands and knees begging you to kiss me
When I’m not around, do you even miss me?
I’m so tired of having self respect
Let’s do something I’ll regret

Let’s do something I’ll regret
Let’s do something I’ll regret
Let’s do something I’ll regret

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  • Written by: Jack Antonoff
  • Album: Bleachers
  • Released: 2024