The name of the song is called ‘It’s All on You,’ and the lyrics are as follows (by the way? He doesn’t ACTUALLY start singing ’til around the 2:30 mark):
“It’s all on you, baby / You turned your back when I tried to learn / Still I cannot lift my eyes / If your hands are turning mine / But you dared not / What you said our souls could contain / They could contain / But now I’m gone / With a broken twisted soul in mind / But for how long? / Cause I’ve wasted this train of youth all on you, all on you.”
It’s really not bad, if you like that simpering, besotted dan;-but-trendy coffeehouse-type music, and most of it, I’ll be honest with you, I do. I mean, I know the Twihards are probably clutching their throats and sobbing all over the fucking place and making it seem like the second coming of Christ, but honestly – it’s actually alright. Especially when you compare it with some of the musical efforts of his movie star peers. Like Lindsay Lohan. And, um, LINDSAY LOHAN.