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Young Adult Friction
by The Pains of Being Pure at Heart

Between the stacks in the library
Not like anyone stopped to see
We came, they went, our bodies spent
Among the dust and the microfiche

Dark winters wear you down
Up again to see the dawn
In your worn sweatshirt
And your mother's old skirt
It's enough to turn my studies down

Now that you feel, you say it's not real
Now that you feel, you say it's not real

I never thought I would come of age
Let alone on a moldy page
You put your back to the spines
And you said it was fine if there's nothing really left to say
You're taking toffee with your Vicodin
Something sweet to forget about him

If you go your own way I can go my own way
And we'll never speak of it again

Now that you feel, you say it's not real
Now that you feel, you say it's not real

Don't check me out
Don't check me out
Don't check me ou-ou-out
Don't check me out
Don't check me out
Don't check me ou-ou-out
Don't check me out
Don't check me out
Don't check me ou-ou-out
Don't check me out
Don't check me out
Don't check me ou-ou-out
Don't check me out
Don't check me out
Don't check me ou-ou-out
Don't check me out
Don't check me out
Don't check me ou-ou-out
Don't check me out
Don't check me out
Don't check me ou-ou-out

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.
Written by: KIP BERMAN, KURT FELDMAN, ALEXANDER ARTHUR NAIDUS, PEGGY WANG

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