Undrunk

Album: You Ruined New York City for Me (2019)
Charted: 61
  • Wish I could get a little un-drunk so I could un-call you
    At five in the morning, I would un-fuck you

    Honestly, this party's over
    Everyone here should have gone home
    But I'm afraid of being sober
    'Cause the first thing I do when I'm alone

    I start touching myself to the photos that you used to send me
    I should have deleted, but kept it a secret
    Is that crazy to do?
    So I squeeze out the lime on the ice of my drink
    And the juice hits the cuts on my fingers
    It still doesn't burn as much as the thought of you

    Wish I could get a little un-drunk so I could un-call you
    At five in the morning, I would un-fuck you
    But some things you can't undo
    I wish I could un-kiss the room full of strangers
    So I could un-spite you, un-lose my temper
    But somethings you can't undo
    And one of them's you

    I'm afraid to turn the lights on
    I don't want to face this rebound
    Is it weird if I come over?
    I want to but I know that she's around

    So I'm touching myself to the photos that you used to send me
    I should have deleted, but kept it a secret
    Is that crazy to do? (Haha)
    Oh, I'm hungry and wasted and my hands are shaking
    I shouldn't be cooking, be spilling hot water
    It still doesn't burn as much as the thought of you

    Wish I could get a little un-drunk so I could un-call you
    At five in the morning, I would un-fuck you
    But some things you can't undo
    I wish I could un-kiss the room full of strangers
    So I could un-spite you, un-lose my temper
    But somethings you can't undo
    And one of them's you

    Been through every emotion
    Right now I'm sad and broken
    Like the bottles on the floor, but I'm too buzzed to clean them up
    Wish I could get a little un-drunk
    So I could, I could un-love you

    Wish I could get a little un-drunk so I could un-call you
    At five in the morning, I would un-fuck you
    But some things you can't undo
    I wish I could un-kiss the room full of strangers
    So I could un-spite you, un-lose my temper
    But somethings you can't undo
    And one of them's you

    You, you
    Wish I could un-love you
    You, you, you
    Wish I could un-call you
    You, you, you
    Wish I could un-fuck you
    You
    Wish I could un-love you Writer/s: Amy Rose Allen, Cari Elise Fletcher, Jeremy Dussolliet, Malay Ho, Timothy Paul Sommers
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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