Ciao Adios

Album: Speak Your Mind (2017)
Charted: 9
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  • Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
    Uh

    Ask you once, ask you twice now
    There's lipstick on your collar
    You say she's just a friend now
    Then why don't we call her?
    So you want to go on with someone to do all the things you used to do to me
    I swear, I know you do

    Used to take me out, in your fancy car
    And make out in the rain
    And when I ring you up, don't know where you are
    'Til I hear her say your name
    Used to sing along, when you played guitar
    That's a distant memory
    Hope she treats you better than you treated me, ha

    I'm onto you, yeah you
    I'm not your number one
    I saw you, with her
    Kissing and having fun
    If you're giving all of your money and time
    I'm not gonna sit here wasting mine on you, yeah, you
    Ciao adios, I'm done
    Ciao adios, I'm done
    Ciao adios, I'm done

    After three, after four times
    Why did I bother?
    Tell me how many more times
    Does it take to get smarter?
    Don't need to deny the hurt and the lies
    And all of the things you did to me
    I swear, I know you did

    And now you take her out, in your fancy car
    And you make out in the rain
    And when she rings you up, she know where you are
    But I know differently
    Now she sings along, when you play guitar
    Making brand-new memories
    Hope you treat her better than you treated me

    I'm onto you, yeah you
    I'm not your number one
    I saw you, with her
    Kissing and having fun
    If you're giving all of your money and time
    I'm not gonna sit here wasting mine on you, yeah, you
    Ciao adios, I'm done (I'm done)
    Ciao adios, I'm done (no, no, no, no)
    Ciao adios, I'm done (I'm done)
    If you're giving all of your money and time
    I'm not gonna sit here wasting mine on you, yeah, you
    Ciao adios, I'm done

    And now you take her out, in your fancy car
    And make out in the rain
    And when she rings you up, she know where you are
    But I know differently
    Now she sings along, when you play guitar
    Making brand new memories
    Hope you treat her better than you treated me

    I'm onto you, yeah you
    I'm not your number one
    I saw you, with her
    Kissing and having fun
    If you're giving all of your money and time
    I'm not gonna sit here wasting mine on you, yeah, you
    Ciao adios, I'm done (I'm done, yeah)
    Ciao adios, I'm done (you get on with your life)
    Ciao adios, I'm, I'm done (I'll get on with my life)
    If you're not giving all of your money and time
    I'm not gonna sit here wasting mine on you, yeah, you
    Ciao adios, I'm done Writer/s: Anne-Marie Nicholson, Jennifer Decilveo, Mason Levy, Tom Meredith
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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