Fall For Your Type

Album: Best Night of My Life (2010)
Charted: 50
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  • Can I, can I save you from you
    'Cause you know there's something missing
    And that champagne you've been sippin's
    Not supposed to make you different all the time
    It's starting to feel like the wrong thing to do girl
    'Cause with all that recognition it gets hard for you to listen
    To the things that I must say to make you mine
    But live girl, have some fun girl, we'll be fine
    Trying to convince myself I've found one
    Making the mistake I never learned from

    I swear I, always, fall, for your type, yeah (for your type)
    Tell me why I, always, fall, for your type (for your type)

    I just can't explain this shit at all
    (fall for your type)
    I just can't explain this shit at all
    (fall for your type)

    (I believe in people like you)

    So who am I to judge you on the past, girl
    I bet there's a reason for it all
    You say that you're nothing like the last girl
    I just pray that you don't let me down right now
    It's too late, I'm already yours
    You just gotta promise me, hearts won't break
    And end up like before

    I swear I, always, fall,
    For your type, yeah (for your type)
    Tell me why I, always, fall,
    For your type (for your type)

    Uh yeah uh
    Look, dress hanging off your shoulder, barely sober
    Telling me how you moving away and starting over
    Girl, quit playing you just drunk, you just saying shit
    Oh you dance, dance like how, like ballet and shit
    Oh, wait, no, I get it girl, I'm with it
    I've been down this road before and yeah I skidded but forget it
    Damn, damn, I wonder why I never learned my lesson
    It's feeling like the second chance and its the first impression
    And I heard it's nothing new except for someone new
    But how you supposed to find the one when anyone will come with you
    Talking to myself but I never listen,
    'Cause man it's been a while, and I swear that this ones different
    That's why I'ma take you anywhere you wanna go
    Let you meet my friends so they can lecture me again about
    How reckless I have been
    And I'm slowly running out of all the time that I invested
    Making all the same mistakes
    And I'm just trying to correct it and I fall

    I swear I, always, fall, for your type, for your type
    Tell me why I, always, fall, for your type, for your type

    I just can't explain this shit at all
    (fall for your type)
    I just can't explain this shit at all
    (fall for your type)

    (I believe in people like you) Writer/s: AUBREY GRAHAM, NOAH CAMPBELL, NOAH SHEBIB, WRITERS UNKNOWN
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Ebony from New Castle, DeI love this song, mainly because the lyrics are so real and it's not talking about sex like 80% of songs are. Good job Jamie!!
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