Take It or Leave It

Album: Melophobia (2013)
  • Baby you should know by now that I'm right, for you.
    But every time I step to you, you change your tune.
    Sweet wheel of death keeps us holding our breathe.
    I step to the right, you move to the left.
    Unless no one else.
    I'd rather die to myself.

    Oh why, won't you make up your mind?
    I think I must confess.
    I'm starting to unwind.
    I been trippin' over you.
    So tell me something new.
    Take it or leave it.

    Maybe I should pack my things and move on?
    Maybe I'm foolin' myself and you're already gone?
    Watching the flames wither and fade.
    Trying to make sense of the look on your face.
    I'm down, I'm an itch.
    Just playin' that I can hold on.

    Oh why, won't you make up your mind?
    I think I must confess.
    I'm learning to unwind.
    I've been trippin' over you.
    So tell me something new.
    Take it or leave it.

    Baby please.
    Oh baby please.
    Stay with me or cut me free.
    Its all of me.
    Oh why, wont you make up your mind?
    I think I must confess.
    I'm starting to unwind.
    I been trippin' over you.
    So tell me something new.
    Take it or leave it.
    Take it or leave it Writer/s: Brad Shultz, Daniel Tichenor, Jared Champion, Lincoln Parish, Matt Shultz
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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