Better Luck Next Time

Album: Single release only (2019)
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  • One sided
    Everything about your love was one sided
    Didn't cover it up or disguise it
    You used my dream against me to tie me to you
    Two years too many, we tried to get it right
    Hit like a shot of tequila without the lime
    You've got your reasons and, yeah, I got my rhymes
    So this time, this time

    I got myself together, got a new attitude
    Hope that I see you never, I'm so over you
    Got myself together, you're out of my mind
    Now all that I can say is better luck next time, oh
    Better luck next time, hey hey

    We tried it
    But when two hearts don't light up, you can't fight it
    And in every storm, there's still silver linin'
    And with every day that passes, I find it, oh

    I got myself together, got a new attitude
    Hope that I see you never, I'm so over you
    Got myself together, you're out of my mind
    Now all that I can say is better luck next time

    Blame on mistakes, but we had to roll the dice
    Now all that I can say is better luck next time, yeah
    Better luck next time, oh

    I got myself together, got a new attitude
    Hope that I see you never, I'm so over you
    Got myself together, you're out of my mind
    Now all that I can say is better luck next time, oh
    Better luck next time, oh
    Ooh, oh, ooh
    Ooh, oh, ooh Writer/s: Andrew DeRoberts, Darius Coleman, Ester Dean, Kelsea Ballerini, Ryan Tedder, Shane McAnally, Taylor Sparks
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Downtown Music Publishing, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., MUSIC BY ATL A PUBLISHING, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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