Best Part of Me

Album: No. 6 Collaborations Project (2019)
Charted: 99
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  • My lungs are black, my heart is pure
    My hands are scarred from nights before
    And my hair is thin and fallin' out of all the wrong places
    I am a little insecure

    My eyes are crossed, but they're still blue
    I bite my nails and tell the truth
    I go from thin to overweight day-to-day it fluctuates
    My skin is inked, but faded, too

    But she loves me, she loves me
    Why the hell she love me
    When she could have anyone else?
    Oh, you love me, you love me
    Why the hell d'you love me?
    'Cause I don't even love myself

    Baby, the best part of me is you
    Lately, everything's makin' sense, too
    Oh, baby, I'm so in love with you

    I overthink and still forgive
    I lose my phone and place my bets
    And I never catch the train on time, always thirty minutes behind
    Your worries ain't seen nothin' yet

    But you love me, you love me
    Why the hell you love me so
    When you could have anyone else?
    Yeah, yeah
    He loves me, he loves me
    And I bet he never lets me go
    And shows me how to love myself

    'Cause, baby, the best part of me is you
    Whoa, lately, everything's makin' sense, too
    Baby, I'm so in love with you
    With you

    Baby, the best part of me is you
    Whoa, lately, everything's making sense, too
    Oh, baby, I'm so in love with you, oh
    Baby, I'm so in love with you, yeah, yeah
    Oh, baby, I'm so in love with you Writer/s: Abbey Smith, Benjamin Joseph Levin, Edward Christopher Sheeran
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
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