Hell No

Album: It Doesn't Have to Make Sense (2016)
  • I shoulda known better
    I saw her wearing your sweater
    Nice glasses, fake red hair
    Just like me

    Stop crying, stop crawling
    Can't you see that I have stopped falling
    We were good at faking forever
    I get it, whatever

    Am I gonna miss you?
    Hell no
    Baby watch me up and go
    Mama said that the boys like you
    Never work out anyway (boys like you)
    My girlfriends say are you gonna be sad
    If he calls you up, you gonna take him back?
    I said hell no, oh hell no

    I get it, whatever

    Straight up, don't blame you
    You're not the cash and I'm not the June
    I'll never be the one to make you better
    Whatever

    Hell no
    Baby watch me up and go
    Mama said that the boys like you
    Never work out anyway (boys like you)
    My girlfriends say are you gonna be sad
    If he calls you up, you gonna take him back?
    I said hell no, oh hell no

    In my bed, late at night
    Thinking of how you held me tight
    And will I be lonely
    When I wake, did we make a big mistake?

    Hell no, baby watch me up and go
    I always knew that a boy like you wouldn't work out anyway

    (Are you gonna take him back) hell no
    Baby watch me up and go
    Mama said that the boys like you
    Never work out anyway (boys like you)
    Girlfriends say are you gonna be sad
    If he calls you up, you gonna take him back?
    I said hell no, oh hell no
    Hell no, oh hell no
    Hell no, oh hell no Writer/s: BARRY GEORGE DEAN, LUKE ROBERT LAIRD, INGRID ELLEN EGBERT MICHAELSON
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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