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I'm Like a Lawyer With The Way I'm Always Trying to Get You Off (Me and You)

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One day, Fall Out Boy may make a record that vaguely justifies Pete Wentz’s permanent air of towering smugness and self-satisfaction. But right now, the consistent dreadfulness of their song titles continues to be the most interesting thing about them. ‘Me & You’ is yet another tedious dollop of dull AM-lite metal that only further serves to increase the size of the concrete fist we all dream of slamming into Wentz’s face. Sorry, but he really is a complete and utter tosser, isn’t he?

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