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​There's a Traitor in This Room

This song is by Louis XIV and appears on the EP The Distances from Everyone to You (2007) and on the album Slick Dogs And Ponies (2008).

I can't be so sweet to you, until I find the right excuse
I can't be so sweet to you
Come on come by me, you look so good you know, you look so good for the summer
I wanna stroke your ego, and dress you like a prom queen while you're hanging tight on my attitude
The whole box, show me something
Hey girl!
Can you tell me something?
Every time I stumble it's your tiny face I see,
You might just make a cheater out of me
Glass on the carpet, your legs on the couch
And all you wanted is my love in your mouth
You're so bearable, such a little acceptable, while possibly incredible
I want fun ???
I wanna taste you like you're fucking edible
I can't be so sweet to you, until I find the right excuse
I can't be so sweet to you
Cathedral ceiling, chandeliers, eleven diamonds hanging from your ears
Eyes like colored pencils, drawing into me
Every time I struggle you're the only face I see
Taking pictures of herself with her phone
Click, click sugar stick, leave the queer alone
Around the corner, confidentially, you might just make a cheater out of me
I can't be so sweet to you, until I find the right excuse
I can't be so sweet to you I can't be so sweet to you, until I find the right excuse
I can't be so sweet to you Well we're driving uptown in a taxi
You know something? Well girl you better ask me
Well take your clothes off, let the driver watch
Look in the rearview mirror push the lights
2, 4, 6, 8 who do you appreciate? ME ME ME ME ME!
Every time I stumble it's your tiny face I see
You might just make a cheater out of me
4, 5, 6, 8 who do you appreciate? ME ME ME ME ME!
Every time I stumble it's your gorgeous face I see,
You might just make a traitor out of me
I can't be so sweet to you until I find the right excuse
I can't be so sweet to you until I find the right excuse
I can't be so sweet to you

Written by:

Jason Hill and Brian Karscig