I Can't Stand It

Album: Cool Like You (2018)
Charted: 77
  • There's a passage in my mind
    The pocket starts of you
    And all the things that come with emotional ties

    Though memories do fade
    This heavy heart inside of me
    Hates that I said all those things to you and

    I'd forget you if I could
    I know I probably should be sleeping
    Not thinking this through
    But I can't stand it
    I can't stand it

    Fooling myself dry
    You're like no other
    Booked myself for some amnesia to keep me in line

    Why do I fall in love
    With the least bit of attention
    I need some direction, affection in time

    I'd forget you if I could
    I know I probably should be sleeping
    Not thinking this through
    I can't stand it
    I can't stand it
    I can't stand it
    I can't stand it

    While I was thinking of a plan
    She sent the snow then took my hand
    I shut you out, you changed my mind
    The echoes from beside the scenes where you would cry

    I'd forget you if I could
    I know I probably should be sleeping
    Not thinking this through
    But I can't stand it
    I can't stand it
    I can't stand it
    I can't stand it

    I can't stand it
    I can't stand it
    I can't stand it
    I can't stand it Writer/s: Charles Anthony Salt, Joseph Donovan, Myles Kellock, Joshua John Dewhurst, Thomas Ogden
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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