Real Friends

Album: Camila (2017)
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  • No, I think I'll stay in tonight
    Skip the conversations and the "Oh, I'm fines"
    No, I'm no stranger to surprise
    This paper town has let me down too many times
    Why do I even try? Give me a reason why
    I thought that I could trust you, never mind
    Why all the switching sides? Where do I draw the line?
    I guess I'm too naive to read the signs

    I'm just lookin' for some real friends (real friends)
    All they ever do is let me down
    Every time I let somebody in
    Then I find out what they're all about
    I'm just lookin' for some real friends (real friends)
    Wonder where they're all hidin' out (hidin' out)
    I'm just lookin' for some real friends (real friends)
    Gotta get up out of this town

    Oh, oh
    Yeah

    Trust slow for a reason (reason)
    See through the fake pretty easy (yeah)
    Stayin' down 'til the world ends
    Guilt trips on the weekend (hey)
    I pack more than suits in my suitcases
    All this cash, that's friendly faces
    Been movin' fast, I'm racin' (wait)
    Get up, you're going places (c'mon)
    Every day, tryna maintain
    Same old me, ain't a damn thing change
    Real friends screaming, "Gang, gang, gang"

    I'm just lookin' for some real friends (real friends)
    All they ever do is let me down (oh-no-no)
    Every time I let somebody in (woah)
    Then I find out what they're all about (all about)
    I'm just lookin' for some real friends (real friends)
    Wonder where they're all hidin' out (hidin' out)
    I'm just lookin' for some real friends (real friends)
    Gotta get up out of this town

    Real friends
    Lookin' for some real friends
    Yeah

    I just wanna talk about nothin'
    With somebody that means something (conversation)
    Spell the names of all our dreams and demons
    For the times that I don't understand
    Tell me what's the point of a moon like this
    When I'm alone again (yeah yeah yeah)
    Can I run away to somewhere beautiful
    Where nobody knows my name?

    I'm just lookin' for some real friends
    All they ever do is let me down
    And I let somebody in
    But I find out what they're all about
    I'm just lookin' for some real friends (real friends)
    All they ever do is let me down
    I'm just lookin' for some real friends (real friends)
    Gotta get up out of this town, yeah

    Spend a fortune with my real friends
    Good guess, what we breathe in (oh, ohhh)
    Pop corns with some real friends
    Killin' the scene, yeah (ohhh, ah)
    Hangin' with my real friends
    That I surround myself with (ohhh, ah)
    You have to have my back (ah)
    Lookin' like my real friends Writer/s: Adam King Feeney, Brian D. Lee, Camila Cabello, Khalif Malik Ibin Shaman Brown, Louis Russell Bell, Mustafa Ahmed, William Walsh
    Publisher: CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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