Every man I fall for drinks his coffee black Love + hate are tattoed on his nuckles and my name is on his back
Every man I fall for works they graveyard shift He kisses me softly to wake me up then takes my place in bed
And I fall I leave with one concern It's the law of diminishing returns It's the law of diminishing returns
Every man I fall for Keeps his anger on a string and holds it tight When other man walk by blinking their eyes at me he always pick a fight
I go walk alone down ocean blvd Peaking your windows Tired housewives nagging at their husbands but Is this the life you chose?
And I fall I leave with one concern It's the law of diminishing returns And I fall I leave with one concern It's the law of diminishing returns
Every man I fall for Nearly every man Every man I fall for Nearly every man
Writer/s: JONATHAN RUSSELL, MATTHEW AVEIRO, MATTHEW MAUST, NATHAN WILLETT
Publisher: CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC, Downtown Music Publishing
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