Famous Last Words

Album: Friends That Break Your Heart (2021)
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  • And I can't believe I'm still talking about you
    That feeling
    I should've lost it
    I should've lost it by now

    I can't believe I'm still holding out and seeing signs
    I've truly lost it
    I've truly lost it
    This time

    Ooh, you're the last
    Ooh, you're the last of my old things
    Ooh, the cast from my broken limbs

    I can't believe I'm still walking around a believer
    I should've lost it
    I should've lost it
    By now

    And I can't believe I'm still making excuses for your crimes
    I've truly lost it
    I've truly lost it
    This time

    Ooh, you're the last
    Ooh, you're the last of my old things
    Ooh, the cast from my broken limbs

    You're the famous last words
    I wish I never uttered
    That I wish I never stuttered
    That I wish I'd had time to learn

    Ooh, you're the last
    Ooh, you're the last of my old things
    Ooh, the cast from my broken limbs

    Ooh, you're the last
    Ooh, you're the last of my old things
    Ooh, the cast from my broken limbs Writer/s: James Blake Litherland
    Publisher: CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC, WARP MUSIC LIMITED
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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