Falling

Album: Fine Line (2019)
Charted: 15 62
  • I'm in my bed
    And you're not here
    And there's no one to blame but the drink and my wandering hands
    Forget what I said
    It's not what I meant
    And I can't take it back
    I can't unpack the baggage you left

    What am I now?
    What am I now?
    What if I'm someone I don't want around?
    I'm fallin' again
    I'm fallin' again
    I'm fallin'

    What if I'm down?
    What if I'm out?
    What if I'm someone you won't talk about?
    I'm fallin' again
    I'm fallin' again
    I'm fallin'

    You said you cared
    And you missed me, too
    And I'm well aware I write too many songs about you
    And the coffee's out
    At the Beachwood Café
    And it kills me 'cause I know we've run out of things we can say

    What am I now?
    What am I now?
    What if I'm someone I don't want around?
    I'm fallin' again
    I'm fallin' again
    I'm fallin'

    What if I'm down?
    What if I'm out?
    What if I'm someone you won't talk about?
    I'm fallin' again
    I'm fallin' again
    I'm fallin'

    And I get the feelin' that you'll never need me again

    What am I now?
    What am I now?
    What if you're someone I just want around?
    I'm fallin' again
    I'm fallin' again
    I'm fallin'

    What if I'm down?
    What if I'm out?
    What if I'm someone you won't talk about?
    I'm fallin' again
    I'm fallin' again
    I'm fallin' Writer/s: Harry Edward Styles, Thomas Edward Percy Hull
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 2

  • Brandy from Cocoabeach A beautiful guilt.
  • Bluewater from PowysBrilliant song, full of guilt and reproach. This guy has really grown up.
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