Let’s Face It – Song and Lyrics by 999

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Discover the poetic beauty in ‘Let’s Face It’ by 999. This lyric breakdown takes you on a journey through the artist’s thoughts, emotions, and the story they aim to tell. From clever metaphors to evocative imagery, we delve into the nuances that make this song a lyrical masterpiece. Whether you’re a fan of 999 or a lover of well-crafted words, our detailed analysis will give you a deeper understanding and appreciation of this song.

He is alone and it seems that no one wants to know
He calls her up and she just tells him where to go
No is the answer so you try again tonight
And maybe this time he is gonna put things right!

All the time that he ends up lying
All of the nights that he feels like dying

Lets face it, lets face it now
Lets face it, lets face it now
Lets face it, lets face it now
Lets face it, the boy can’t make with girls
Lets face it, the boy can’t make with girls!

Maybe he can help himself
But he’d like to make her cry
He’s not responsible but no one wonders why!

And in the night he’ll make her regret it
And she’ll make sure that she can’t forget it

Lets face it, lets face it now
Lets face it, lets face it now
Lets face it, lets face it now
Lets face it, the boy can’t make with girls
Lets face it, the boy can’t make with girls!

Lets face it, lets face it now
Lets face it, lets face it now
Lets face it, lets face it now!
Lets face it, the boy can’t make with girls!

And in the night he’ll make her regret it
And he’ll make sure that she can’t forget it

Lets face it, lets face it now
Lets face it, lets face it now
Lets face it, lets face it now
Lets face it, the boy can’t make with girls
Lets face it, the boy can’t make with girls! [repeat]

The boy can’t make it with girls.

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