Kind of…Sometimes…Maybe

Album: Tough Love (2014)
  • Do I get lonely at all?
    No, cause Jamie and Johnny and Jack keep me warm
    This wasn't my fault
    I don't cry, God no, I don't cry
    Could you just leave it alone?
    You keep haunting my nights
    You keep asking me twice
    If I miss you at all
    And I won't lie, though I try

    Oh kind of, sometimes, maybe
    Kind of, sometimes, maybe
    Oh kind of, sometimes, maybe
    Kind of, sometimes
    Kind of, sometimes, maybe

    I'm less afraid of the dark
    No bright ideas, I keep the lights on
    Are you wasting my time?
    And your time, every time?
    Why you're makin' it hard?
    I won't show you my cards
    But you came and you lost
    Do I want you at all?
    OK, just a bit, I hate to admit

    Oh kind of, sometimes, maybe
    Kind of, sometimes, maybe
    Oh kind of, sometimes, maybe
    Kind of, sometimes
    Kind of, sometimes, maybe

    I just sit here and I'm thinkin'
    If I still want you?!

    So why say

    Kind of, sometimes, maybe
    Kind of, sometimes, maybe
    Kind of, sometimes, maybe
    Kind of, sometimes, maybe
    Kind of, sometimes, maybe Writer/s: BENJAMIN JOSEPH LEVIN, MIGUEL JONTEL PIMENTEL, JESSICA WARE, BEN ASH
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Downtown Music Publishing
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