Daisy

Album: Trophy (2019)
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  • I'm trying to think about dreams I've had
    Happy or sad or the middle
    Sometimes about you, with or without you
    Still leaving me in the dark

    I am dragging out, I am dragging out
    I am dragging out of bed
    But I'm still coming up, I'm still coming up
    I'm still coming up, Daisy

    What was that you said when I stopped to listen
    I've pulled over the pages and wrote
    This man you want to help me, get it together
    But you won't hold my hand anymore

    I've been throwing off, I've been throwing off
    I've been throwing off lately
    But I keep fucking up, I keep fucking up, I keep fucking up Daisy

    Neither am I good, nor pure
    Neither am I wise
    However I am willing to start from the ground up
    So I keep growing up

    When you had me living in a little greenhouse
    Starters in the basement at home
    What to do, what to say, prepare me for that day
    And it made so much sense at that time

    I am questioning, I am questioning
    I am questioning a man
    But I keep fucking up, I keep fucking up, I keep fucking up

    The little seed
    Pick your poison while you're down there in the ground
    Father, father, what do I do?
    When you are not around and I feel like giving out and crashing down to the ground
    Back bone as battered as any but show me my wounds

    Neither am I good, nor pure
    Neither am I wise
    However, I am willing to start from the ground up
    So I keep growing up, I keep growing up
    I keep growing up, I keep growing up
    I keep growing up, I keep growing up Writer/s: Kate Higgins
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, DistroKid
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