Human Diary

Album: I Don't Believe We've Met (2017)
  • You knew which parts of my body I was insecure about
    You knew what I thought about all my friends when they weren't around
    You knew which days I was praying, the days that I wasn't
    I told you everything

    'Cause you were my human diary
    So when you left, you didn't just leave
    No, you took all my secrets with you
    You took all my secrets with you
    And now you're with someone else
    And thinking 'bout it hurts like hell
    And you got all my secrets with you
    You took all my secrets with you

    You knew how to make me weak in a good way and in a bad
    You knew the up's and down's in my relationship with my dad
    Oh, and damn how I hate it
    That you know me naked
    I gave you everything

    'Cause you were my human diary
    So when you left, you didn't just leave
    No, you took all my secrets with you
    You took all my secrets with you
    And now you're with someone else
    And thinking 'bout it hurts like hell
    'Cause you got all my secrets with you
    You took all my secrets with you

    Now you've got a piece of the secret parts of me
    Now all my secrets are in another girl's bed

    You were my human diary
    So when you left, you didn't just leave
    No, you took all my my secrets with you
    You took all my secrets with you
    Yeah, you took all my secrets with you
    You took all my secrets with you, oh

    Yeah, you took all my secrets with you
    You took all my secrets with you, oh Writer/s: EMILY WEISBAND, JOSHUA KERR
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, AUDIAM, INC
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