Roses

Album: Friends Keep Secrets (2018)
Charted: 85
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  • Ay, ay, uh

    Roses are red, violets are blue (check)
    My heart is dead, I'm such a fool
    Why did I fall for you?
    I gave it all for you
    Roses are red (check), violets are blue (check)
    My heart is dead (check), I'm such a fool (check)
    Why did I fall for you?
    I gave it all for you

    Feelin' lost, don't know what to do
    But I just got some head in the back of my coupe
    Still feelin' dead when I think about you
    I can't do a damn thing when I'm without you
    I'ma take a trip to the past off the shrooms
    Off the acid
    Then I'll fuck a bad bitch
    Uh, ayy, call me young savage
    But I'm ballin' like a young Maverick
    This heartbreak music is such a passion
    I thought I left it inside the past-tense
    You gave me your heart, it was made of plastic
    No father-havin', I'm a bastard
    At least I'm a rich one
    You need a real nigga, you should go get one
    So many hoes in my face, I could pick one
    Make her pop it like a zit, huh

    Roses are red (check), violets are blue (check)
    My heart is dead (check), I'm such a fool (check)
    Why did I fall for you?
    I gave it all for you
    Roses are red (check), violets are blue (check)
    My heart is dead (check), I'm such a fool (check)
    Why did I fall for you? (fall for you)
    I gave it all for you

    Say you want my love and I believe you
    But every look you give, it's like I'm see-through
    Show me that you want me like I need you
    And I need you, yeah
    Say you want my love and I believe you
    But every look you give, it's like I'm see-through
    Show me that you want me like I need you
    And I need you

    Roses are red, violets are blue
    My heart is dead, I'm such a fool (check)
    Why did I fall for you?
    I gave it all for you
    Roses are red (check), violets are blue (check)
    My heart is dead (check), I'm such a fool (check)
    Why did I fall for you?
    I gave it all for you

    She let me on the loose
    Love around my neck startin' to feel like the noose
    All of the lies startin' to feel like the truth
    At the end of the day, bitch, I'm lyin', flippin' you
    I'm sick of bein' ridiculed
    You playin' with my heart, you made me look like a fool
    This a tragedy, it may end up on the news
    I don't got no time for anyone, not these fools
    No, no, oh, oh
    At the end of the day, what are you gon' do?
    Oh, at the end of the day I don't wanna be with you
    Oh, at the end of the day I'ma still keep it true, true, true Writer/s: Benjamin Joseph Levin, Brendon Boyd Urie, Jared Higgins, Magnus Hoiberg, Nathan Perez
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Universal Music Publishing Group
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