I Do

Album: single release only (2020)
  • Is it the people?
    Is it the room that looks the same?
    The conversations?
    'Cause I thought I heard your name
    Or just illusions?
    Somehow, I just can't explain
    What reminds me of you

    Am I lonely?
    Is it really you I'm missing
    Or just somebody?
    I think I've got mixed feelings
    With Bacardi
    Somehow I just can't explain
    'Cause I don't want me to want you

    Oh, I try not to think about what she's like
    And I try not to wonder where you've been
    And I try to have a drink, toss it back, I don't wanna think
    I really try not to miss you, but in the end

    I do
    I do
    I do
    I do

    It's getting late and
    People heading off
    Neighbors complainin'
    And the music stops
    But here I'm waiting
    For you to show up
    Like that would happen, mm-hm

    I can't remember
    The reasons we broke up
    I just remember (I just remember)
    All of the good stuff
    So can I call you (can I call you)
    So you can remind me
    Why we ended it

    Oh, I try not to think about what he's like
    And I try not to wonder where you've been
    And I try to have a drink, toss it back, I don't wanna think
    I really try not to miss you, but in the end

    I do
    I do (oh)
    I do
    I do (ooh)
    I do
    I do
    I do
    I do

    The party's over
    And I'm scared to feel the same way
    When I wake up
    When I'm sober and it's Sunday
    Will I miss you
    When I'm lonely in my bed?
    Or will I feel like
    I'll be okay? Writer/s: Astrid Smeplass, Jakob Gustav Hazell, Julia Karlsson, Svante Clas Halldin, Tia Scola
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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