Forever

Album: Love Is Dead (2018)
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  • Savor the taste
    Savor the pain
    I don't expect you to release me
    Jumping the gun
    Holding my tongue
    I'd never ask you to forgive me

    And you will never see my side
    And I will always think I'm right
    But I always regret the night
    I told you I would hate you 'til forever

    Forever, forever, forever
    Forever, forever, forever, forever
    Forever, forever, forever, forever
    I told you I would hate you 'til forever
    Forever, forever, forever
    Forever, forever, forever, forever
    Forever, forever, forever, forever
    I told you I would hate you 'til forever

    Playing your part
    Playing the game
    I don't expect you to believe me
    Missing the mark
    We tear it apart
    I never ask you why you need me

    And you will never see my side
    And I will always think I'm right
    But I always regret the night
    I told you I would hate you 'til forever

    Forever, forever, forever
    Forever, forever, forever, forever
    Forever, forever, forever, forever
    I told you I would hate you 'til forever
    Forever, forever, forever
    Forever, forever, forever, forever
    Forever, forever, forever, forever
    I told you I would hate you 'til forever

    What else should I say?
    What else could I do?
    Maybe it's too much for you
    What else should I say?
    What else could I do?
    Maybe I am just too much for you

    Forever, forever, forever, forever
    Forever, forever, forever, forever
    Forever, forever, forever, forever
    I told you I would hate you 'til forever
    Forever, forever, forever
    Forever, forever, forever, forever
    Forever, forever, forever, forever
    I told you I would hate you 'til forever Writer/s: Gregory Allen Kurstin, Iain Andrew Cook, Lauren Eve Mayberry, Martin Clifford Doherty
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
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