Bad Guy

Album: When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? (2019)
Charted: 2 1
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  • Hmm, da-da-da-da-da
    Da-da-da, hmm
    Da-da-da-hmm (yeah, yeah)
    Oh, ah

    White shirt now red, my bloody nose
    Sleepin', you're on your tippy toes
    Creepin' around like no one knows
    Think you're so criminal
    Bruises on both my knees for you
    Don't say "thank you" or "please"
    I do what I want when I'm wanting to
    My soul so cynical

    So you're a tough guy
    Like it really rough guy
    Just can't get enough guy
    Chest always so puffed guy
    I'm that bad type
    Make your mama sad type
    Make your girlfriend mad tight
    Might seduce your dad type
    I'm the bad guy
    Duh

    I'm the bad guy

    I like it when you take control
    Even if you know that you don't
    Own me, I'll let you play the role
    I'll be your animal

    My mommy likes to sing along with me
    But she won't sing this song
    If she reads all the lyrics
    She'll pity the men I know

    So you're a tough guy
    Like it really rough guy
    Just can't get enough guy
    Chest always so puffed guy
    I'm that bad type
    Make your mama sad type
    Make your girlfriend mad tight
    Might seduce your dad type
    I'm the bad guy
    Duh

    I'm the bad guy
    Duh
    I'm only good at bein' bad, bad

    (Ahh)
    (Ah)
    I like when you get mad
    I guess I'm pretty glad that you're alone (so icy)
    You said she's scared of me?
    I mean, I don't see what she sees
    But maybe it's 'cause I'm wearing your cologne (let's go)

    I'm the bad guy (damn right)
    I-I'm the bad guy (aw, yeah) Writer/s: Billie Eilish O'Connell, Finneas Baird O'Connell
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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