Piano

  • I was fragile, I was nervous
    I was flawed and you were perfect
    I was timid, you were fearless
    I was in it, you could feel it
    You were music, I was listening
    Not a beat that you were missing
    I got so caught up in the way you sound

    You played me like a piano
    You made it sound pretty, stringing me along
    I fell for every note
    Guess I didn't know it was a heartbreak song
    I'm not a stupid girl, I should have known
    I let you play me like a piano, oh
    You played me like a piano

    It would feel good for a minute
    Just a scream but you won't hear it
    But the truth is this is my fault
    All the big things started out small
    All of a sudden, I had two hearts
    One was so blind, one was too smart
    And the weakest part of me wouldn't let go
    Oh

    You played me like a piano
    You made it sound pretty, stringing me along
    I fell for every note
    Guess I didn't know it was a heartbreak song
    I'm not a stupid girl, I should have known
    I let you play me like a piano, oh
    You played me like a piano
    Oh, oh

    Thank you and I guess I'll thank myself
    Smart girls don't let this kind of thing happen twice
    I'll never let anyone else

    You played me like a piano
    You made it sound pretty, stringing me along
    I fell for every note
    Guess I didn't know it was a heartbreak song
    I'm not a stupid girl, I should have known
    I let you play me like a piano, oh
    You played me like a piano
    Oh, oh

    I fell for every note
    You played me like
    You played me like a piano

    You played me like a piano Writer/s: CASSADEE BLAKE POPE, JIMMY ROBBINS, LAURA VELTZ
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Round Hill Music Big Loud Songs, Universal Music Publishing Group
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