Truthfully
by DNCE

  • One, two, three, four
    Yeah, yeah, yeah

    I was always the one dodgin' phone calls
    From every girl that I met in my bed
    But then you came around like a brick wall
    You knocked me out, out of my head
    Had me treating my Mondays like Fridays
    Had me flying so high with no smoke
    Always dreamin' of you, always with me
    Damn it, I feel, feel like a joke

    Speakin' truthfully
    I'm not sure why we keep fightin'
    You just go blame the bad timin'
    And made it to me
    Speakin' truthfully
    I love you more than you love me

    Getting more of your time was a challenge
    Had me beggin' you like a schoolboy
    Started treating me like a bad habit
    So now I'm left, left with no choice

    Speakin' truthfully
    I'm not sure why we keep fightin'
    You just go blame the bad timin'
    And made it to me
    Speakin' truthfully
    I love you more than you love me

    Now I know there's no use tryin'
    To get me and you on the same page
    When you say that you love me, lyin'

    Speakin' truthfully
    I'm not sure why we keep fightin'
    You just go blame the bad timin'
    And made it to me
    Speakin' truthfully
    I love you more than you love me

    I love you more than you love me
    Yeah, yeah, yeah Writer/s: ALBIN ANDREAS NEDLER, JOSEPH JONAS, JUSTIN TRANTER, KRISTOFFER FOGELMARK, RAMI YACOUB
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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