Expectations

Album: Yet to be titled (2018)
  • Up in bed, all alone
    Wondering where you've been
    Ten past three
    I know the club closed at two A.M
    I've already been through about seven scenarios
    'Bout what it was that changed your mind
    Knowing very well that you told me you'd come home
    And it happens every time

    Wish I had no expectations
    I wish that I could get it through your head
    With no confrontation
    I really wish we could talk about it instead
    All these tears that I cry while I'm turned to the side
    And you're in the same fucking bed
    Wish I had no expectations
    But I expect, you expect, we expect

    No, I don't mean to pry
    I don't need no play by play (Nah)
    All I need from your side is for you to communicate
    Respect for my time, respect for my space, respect for my energy
    'Cause I've been waiting here all night for you to warm me up
    And you haven't once thought of me

    Wish I had no expectations
    I really wish that I could get it through your head
    With no confrontation
    I really wish we could talk about it instead
    All these tears that I cry while I'm turned to the side
    And you're in the same fucking bed
    Wish I had no expectations
    But I expect, you expect, we expect

    Oh, I wish I had no expectations
    I wish I could get through your head
    With no confrontation (Confrontations)
    I really wish we could talk about it instead (Instead)
    All these tears that I cry while I'm turned to the side
    And you're in the same fucking bed
    Wish I had no expectations (No)
    But I expect, you expect, we expect Writer/s: Lauren Jauregui
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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