Traitor

  • I'm not a criminal
    I'm not the villain
    Yeah this is personal
    A drive-by killing

    Your guns are loaded
    And your lies are the bullets
    So here is the trigger
    Go ahead and pull it now

    Are you sure you wanna play this game?
    Are you sure you wanna play it?

    The only thing worse than a hater
    The only thing worse than a hater
    Is a traitor
    A traitor
    A traitor
    You put a knife out in my back
    Killed any history we had and now it's war
    War

    You were just like the weathers
    And we had each other
    We were down for the good times
    We were live for the trouble
    Like a thief in the night
    Robbed daylight
    You stole my sanity, and now
    You are the enemy, yeah

    Are you sure you wanna play this game?
    Are you sure you wanna play it?

    The only thing worse than a hater
    The only thing worse than a hater
    Is a traitor
    A traitor
    A traitor
    You put a knife out in my back
    Killed any history we had and now it's war
    War

    (Oh oh)
    I still feel sorry for you
    (Oh oh)
    Watching you drown in your denial
    (Oh oh)
    But I can't feel sorry for you
    (Oh oh)
    Watching you trying to show the traitor

    The only thing worse than a hater
    The only thing worse than a hater
    Is a traitor
    A traitor
    A traitor
    You put a knife out in my back
    Killed any history we had and now it's war
    And now it's war
    War

    The only thing worse than a hater
    The only thing worse than a hater
    Is a traitor
    A traitor
    A traitor
    You put a knife out in my back
    Killed any history we had and now it's war
    And now it's war
    War Writer/s: CHRISTOPHER A. DAUGHTRY, JAKE SINCLAIR, KARA DENISE DIOGUARDI
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management, Spirit Music Group
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