Hard Place

Album: I Used to Know Her: Part 2 (2018)
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  • Wanna believe what you say
    But I hate you on most days
    You've been testing my faith and my patience, yeah
    And you know that I be headstrong
    But you know that you be dead wrong
    Telling me to relax when I'm reacting

    But I, I'd rather fight
    Than lose sleep at night
    At least you're all mine
    And if I have to choose
    My heart or you
    I'm gonna lose, yeah

    What if nothing ever will change?
    Oh, I'm caught between your love and a hard place
    Oh, I wish there was a right way
    I'm caught between your love and a hard place, oh
    Oh, oh, oh, oh

    Do I even have a choice when
    I'm gonna have to pick my poison?
    You hurt me so good, it's so good
    And even when you cause tears
    You're the one who wiped them away
    Maybe that's the reason I stay, I stay

    But I, I'd rather fight
    Than lose sleep at night
    At least you're all mine
    And if I have to choose
    My heart or you
    I'm gonna lose

    What if nothing ever will change?
    Oh, I'm caught between your love and a hard place
    Oh, I wish there was a right way
    I'm caught between your love and a hard place, oh
    Oh, oh, oh, oh

    What if nothing ever will change?
    I'm caught between your love and a hard place
    Ooh, I wish there was a right way, yeah
    I'm caught between your love and a hard place, whoa
    Oh, oh, oh, oh

    Oh, I'm caught between your love and a hard place
    Oh, I wish there was a right way (oh, oh, oh, oh)
    I'm caught between your love and a hard place, oh
    Oh, oh, oh, oh

    I'm caught between your love and a hard place
    What if nothing will ever change?
    I'm caught between your love and a hard place Writer/s: D. Arcelious Harris, Eyram Ruby, Gabriella Wilson, Rodney Jerkins, Sam Ashworth
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
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