Meet Me in the Hallway

Album: Harry Styles (2017)
Charted: 64
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  • Two, three, four

    Meet me in the hallway
    Meet me in the hallway
    I just left your bedroom
    Give me some morphine
    Is there any more to do?

    Just let me know I'll be at the door, at the door
    Hoping you'll come around
    Just let me know I'll be on the floor, on the floor
    Maybe we'll work it out
    I gotta get better, gotta get better
    I gotta get better, gotta get better
    I gotta get better, gotta get better
    And maybe we'll work it out

    I walked the streets all day
    Running with the thieves
    'Cause you left me in the hallway
    Give me some more
    Just take the pain away

    Just let me know I'll be at the door, at the door
    Hoping you'll come around
    Just let me know I'll be on the floor, on the floor
    Maybe we'll work it out
    I gotta get better, gotta get better
    I gotta get better, gotta get better
    Gotta get better, gotta get better
    And maybe we'll work it out

    We don't talk about it
    It's something we don't do
    'Cause once you go without it
    Nothing else will do Writer/s: Alex Raymond Salibian, Harry Edward Styles, Jeffrey Nath Bhasker, Mitchell Kristopher Rowland, Ryan Thomas Nasci, Tyler Sam Johnson
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC, O/B/O CAPASSO, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 3

  • TaeyaTbh I don’t think it’s a her at all but you could of at least said them or they.
  • Jessicai dont really think its a “her”...
  • Larent from Rainbow BearHow does anyone know its a 'her'?
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