Sorry

Album: Single release only (2019)
Charted: 6
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  • I can't live without you
    I know I did you wrong, I know I did you wrong
    And it's my fault, I'm sorry
    I can see my whole world changing 'cause of you

    It's upside down, I'm lonely
    Should've known better, should've known you're my best friend
    Come back here, give me one more try

    I can see my whole world changing
    There's no need to live if I can't be with you
    What I did was wrong, I'm sorry
    I didn't know how much I really miss you

    I can see my whole world changing
    There's no need to live if I can't be with you
    What I did was wrong, I'm sorry
    I didn't know how much I really miss you

    Last night I made a big mistake
    Now I'm sitting in my room like granted
    Taking time to contemplate how I've been such a fool
    I can't live without you
    I know I did you wrong, I know I did you wrong
    And it's my fault, I'm sorry
    I can see my whole world changing 'cause of you

    It's upside down, I'm lonely
    Should've known better, should've known you're my best friend
    Come back here, give me one more try

    I can see my whole world changing
    There's no need to live if I can't be with you
    What I did was wrong, I'm sorry
    I didn't know how much I really miss you

    I can see my whole world changing
    There's no need to live if I can't be with you
    What I did was wrong, I'm sorry
    I didn't know how much I really miss you

    Lately, we just fuss and fight
    We argue about everything
    That drove me to leave that night
    And tell you that it's the end

    I can see my whole world changing
    There's no need to live if I can't be with you
    What I did was wrong, I'm sorry
    I didn't know how much I really miss you

    I can see my whole world changing
    There's no need to live if I can't be with you

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