Last One To Know

  • [Chorus]
    I hold my cards close to my chest
    I had my art put to the test
    Na na na na, na hell na
    I don't wanna be in love

    Living in the dark confused because you moved a mark
    I don't know how far you go, is this the start?
    Will this episode explode to a lot of love, I just don't know
    Is this the door that will never close?
    Like it's done before, a thousand times

    [Chorus]

    If you asked me this a year ago
    To lay down by your side, I'd run a mile
    Being close was impossible, had too much to lose
    Just the thought of letting go, I'll never know
    But you keep pushing on, pushing on

    [Chorus]

    Don't wanna be in love
    In love, I don't wanna be in love
    Don't make me baby, don't make me
    Don't make me be in love

    I think that I've just found me the right one
    I can't believe that I'm the last one to know, oh oh

    I hold my cards close to my chest
    I had my art put to the test
    Na na na na
    Hell no, I don't wanna be
    I really don't wanna be in love

    Don't make me be, take it back baby
    I don't wanna be, I don't need to be in love
    Heal me baby, I don't wanna be in love, love, no

    I don't wanna, I can't, I don't need to be
    I don't wanna be in love baby
    Take it back, take it away from me, hey yeah yeah
    Take it away baby, I can't handle it, I don't wanna be
    Oh yeah, oh oh,

    I can't believe that I am the last one
    The last one to know what the hell is going on
    I can't believe that I'm the last one to know
    Say it ain't so, please, please Writer/s: DAVE STEWART, JOSS STONE
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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