Quit Breaking Up With Me

Album: Pain Killer (2014)
  • You say it's over, with a middle finger
    But then you're calling before I turn off my ringer
    And I answer 'cause I love to hear you're sorry for the 400th time

    Well,
    You try to leave me
    But you can't do it
    'Cause I'm the only one who puts up with your (censorship)
    I know that secretly you love making out with me right after we fight

    Well,
    We're always fixing something that was never broken
    We're on and off again like sobriety
    Get back together every time you're done throwing a fit
    So when you gonna quit
    Breaking up with me

    Well,
    You think by now
    We'd finally get along
    But we only feel right when everything is going wrong
    And we're back in the habit of cussing each other up and down

    Well,
    I hate your daddy, you hate my momma
    But one thing we don't seem to hate is all the drama
    But we never can remember what the hell we were yelling about

    Well,
    We're always fixing something that was never broken
    We're on and off again like sobriety
    Get back together every time you're done throwing a fit
    So when you gonna quit
    Breaking up with me

    I don't know where you think you're going
    Because you're stuck with me forever and you know it
    (Forever, forever, forever, forever)
    We're always fixing something that was never broken
    We're on and off again like sobriety
    Get back together every time you're done throwing a fit
    So when you gonna quit
    And breaking up with me
    Yeah
    And when you're gonna quit
    Breaking up with me
    But you know it (forever, forever, forever, forever, forever, forever, forever) Writer/s: SHANE L. MCANALLY, MIKE BUSBEE, NATALIE NICOLE HEMBY
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., BMG Rights Management, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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