Three

  • You saying you're going but you don't say how long for
    You say it's work, but I'm not sure
    You say you love me, then you walk right out the door
    I'm left here wanting more
    Of course there's lots of things I could be getting on with
    I'm never short of things to do
    This afternoon I made a papier maché fish, mum
    I made it just for you

    Please don't go, stay here with me
    It's not my fault
    I'm only three I'm only three I'm only three
    I'm only three I'm only three I'm only three

    My social calendar is busier than yours
    I've been out making lots of friends
    You can't play with us, 'cause you're always off on tour
    One day I hope you'll meet them

    Please don't go, stay here with me
    It's not my fault
    I'm only three I'm only three I'm only three
    I'm only three I'm only three I'm only three

    When things feel black and white
    We'll do some coloring in
    When you want to play
    When you want to play with me
    When things feel black and white
    We'll do some coloring in
    When you want to play
    When you want to play with me

    Please don't go, stay here with me
    It's not my fault
    I'm only three I'm only three I'm only three
    I'm only three I'm only three I'm only three Writer/s: Benjamin James Henry Jack Garrett, Lily Rose Beatrice Allen
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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