Jealousy

Album: California Nights (2015)
  • We try to get along all the time
    But it's hard
    I look at you, you look at me
    What do you see?

    We share the same cares
    The same ideas
    Why don't you like me?
    Why don't you like me?
    What's with the jealousy?
    What's with the jealousy?

    We've been taught to get along,
    Respect one another
    And after all this time
    We still fight over the small things

    We share the same cares
    The same ideas
    Why don't you like me?
    Why don't you like me?
    What's with the jealousy?
    What's with the jealousy?

    Girls will be girls and boy will be boys
    It's just the way it is
    I don't wanna hate you, I don't wanna judge you
    So I'll try
    So I'll try get to know you before I decide
    It's just not fair
    It's just not fair

    What's with the jealousy?
    What's with the jealousy?
    What's with the jealousy?
    What's with the jealousy?
    What's with the jealousy?
    What's with the jealousy?
    What's with the jealousy?
    What's with the jealousy? Writer/s: BETHANY COSENTINO
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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