God Help This Divorce

Album: Happy To You (2012)
  • The sun sets for so long on these streets
    So many beautiful faces that don't need me

    Papers and little useless things
    Slide down along the pavement away from me
    Taking my tea in silence
    Telling strange jokes to myself
    God help this divorce
    God help this divorce

    She was a beauty queen
    But I held her down, down down,
    I held her down, down down
    I held her, I held her

    No, I held her down, down down,
    I held her down, down down
    I held her, I held her

    Go to the bar and say semi-sexist things

    Taking my tea in silence
    Telling strange jokes to myself
    God help this divorce
    God help this divorce

    She was a beauty queen
    But I held her down, down down,
    I held her down, down down
    I held her, I held her

    No, I held her down, down down,
    I held her down, down down
    I held her, I held her Writer/s: ANDREW WYATT BLAKEMORE, CHRISTIAN KARLSSON, PONTUS JOHAN WINNBERG
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, Downtown Music Publishing
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