Wildflowers

Album: Teen Spirit (2018)
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  • I wore your shirt as I was running away from you
    'Cause I like to keep the good things
    I know you're hurt and I would like to sit right next to you
    But you'd only say the worst things

    Like every city was our city
    And every road was our own
    And you loved me like you knew you'd miss me
    Every prophecy you told, oh

    Wildflowers you brought me are crumbled in my hands
    This love that you taught me, I still don't understand
    Oh, every city was our city
    And every road was our own
    Wildflowers you brought me are crumbled in my hands

    So give it a oh, oh
    And give it a yeah, yeah
    So give it a

    I took a trip to the furthest place that I could find
    'Cause I like to do the wrong things
    I walked a street that I had never walked down once before
    'Cause I like to try the new things

    Like every city was our city
    And every road was our own
    And you loved me like you knew you'd miss me
    Every prophecy you told, oh

    Wildflowers you brought me are crumbled in my hands
    This love that you taught me, I still don't understand
    Oh, every city was our city
    And every road was our own
    Wildflowers you brought me are crumbled in my hands

    So give it a oh, oh
    And give it a yeah, yeah
    So give it a oh, oh
    And give it a yeah, yeah
    So give it a

    Wildflowers you brought me are crumbled in my hands
    This love that you taught me, I still don't understand
    Oh, every city was our city
    And every road was our own
    Wildflowers you brought me are crumbled in my hands

    So give it a oh, oh
    And give it a yeah, yeah
    And give it a Writer/s: Carly Rae Jepsen, Jack Michael Antonoff, Travish Crowe
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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