Floral Dresses

Album: Something's Changing (2017)
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  • I grew up in one hell of a family
    You'd envy us alright
    All three girls are looking for trouble
    But we came home every night

    I don't wanna wear your floral dresses
    And my lips won't be colored
    I don't want your diamond necklace
    Your disapproval cuts through

    I see the way you look at me
    You don't have to tell me

    I'm growing older each passing day
    But my heart still remains
    I bet you thought I'd grow out of these habits
    Forgive me for missing

    I don't wanna wear your floral dresses
    And my lips won't be colored
    I don't want your diamond necklace
    Your disapproval cuts through

    'Cause I see the way you look at me
    I see the way you look at me
    You don't have to tell me Writer/s: Lucy Rose Parton
    Publisher: RESERVOIR MEDIA MANAGEMENT INC
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