Change Nothing

Album: single release only (2012)
  • Everyday I'm wakin' up to deja vu
    Some ones always telling me not to stick with you
    Could it be the nights we spent fixing us
    I never thought that we were really that messed up

    Should have shut my mouth and kept it all to myself
    'Cause now they've got me feeling I should be with somebody else

    They say we don't fit together
    I could do better
    There's always something
    They don't know the hell we've been through
    'Cause when you hold me like you do
    That's when I wanna change nothing

    There were times when we would kiss with bitter lips
    It don't matter when the good ones taste like this
    Maybe we were broken more than once or twice
    What we got bad or not I'm not gonna compromise

    I should have never let their words
    Get under my skin
    Cause all I ever wanted was to
    Find a way through this

    They say we don't fit together
    I could do better
    There's always something
    They don't know the hell we've been through
    'Cause when you hold me like you do
    That's when I wanna change nothing
    That's when I wanna change nothing

    Should have shut my mouth
    And kept it all to myself

    No, no
    Ooh, yeah

    They say we don't fit together
    I could do better
    There's always something
    They don't know the hell we've been through
    'Cause when you hold me like you do

    That's when I wanna change nothing
    That's when I wanna change nothing
    That's when I wanna change nothing

    Oh that's when I wanna change nothingWriter/s: BRITTANY LYN SCRIVEN, HARRY SOMMERDAHL, JOLEEN BELLE
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., CYPMP
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