Pops

Album: My Woman (2016)
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  • All those people, they don't see me
    Baby, don't leave
    Please believe me
    Couldn't love 'em if I tried to
    No one understands me like you

    I'm not playing anymore
    I'm not playing anymore
    Did all that before
    I'm not playing anymore

    Love of the chase
    Love of love
    What is it my heart's made of?
    Don't you know you'll never have a part
    Please don't start
    It hurts to start
    Dreaming, dreaming
    Oh
    Again
    Again
    Again

    After it all ends
    We'll be just like friends
    Hey, what was that passing us by?
    Hey, it was only something in my eyes

    You can go on home, you got what you need
    Take my heart and put it up on your sleeve
    Tear it up so they can all sing along
    Live out your life
    I'll never tell you you're wrong
    Baby, don't forget, don't forget it's our song
    I'll be the thing that lives in the dream when it's gone
    I'll be the thing that lives in the dream when it's gone Writer/s: ANGEL OLSEN
    Publisher: Wixen Music Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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