This Probably Won't End Well

Album: The Order of Things (2015)
  • Packing your things and you storm through the house, said
    No, I can't take it, I just wanna end it
    And all I can think, you look good when you're angry
    So, let's take a step back and get us back on track

    Mistakes that are made are the gifts that keep giving
    There's never a right time, except maybe this time

    It's always something less than what I thought we had before
    Like always, I'm blown away
    But right now, I feel the need for something more
    'Cause there's always, there's always right now

    I'm not gonna let the emotions take over
    This probably won't end well, but maybe I can't tell
    Nothing will change, so just go through the motions
    It's better in my mind, believing our own lie

    Mistakes that are made are the gifts that keep giving
    There's never a right time, except maybe this time

    It's always something less than what I thought we had before
    Like always, I'm blown away
    But right now, I feel the need for something more
    'Cause there's always, there's always right now

    Packing your things and you storm through the house, said
    No, I can't take it, we needed to end it

    I'm blown away
    It's always something less than what I thought we had before
    Like always, I'm blown away
    But right now, I feel the need for something more
    'Cause there's always, there's always right now Writer/s: JASON COSTA, JOSHUA WILBUR, MICHAEL MARTIN, OLI HERBERT, PHILIP LABONTE
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., THE BICYCLE MUSIC COMPANY
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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