Why Don't You Believe in Me

Album: Natalie Prass (2015)
  • We've had enough time to find what we are
    The reason we should be walking in the dark
    But now we should know how cruel love can be

    You take so long to say, it only makes it harder
    You're pushing me away farther and farther
    You pretend as if you don't know how it's bringing me down

    Why don't you believe in me?
    Oh, what did I do?
    Ooh, and now that you're leaving
    Because you need something new
    Yeah, wish I was with you

    Tried to remain constant like a flowing stream
    And I tried my best to be all that you need
    Please don't close the door, take a step back

    I wake up all alone, the nights keep getting harder
    I wanna call you but I don't, I want to be smarter
    I'm afraid to make my next move and it's bringing me down

    Why don't you believe in me?
    Oh, what did I do?
    Ooh, and now that you're leaving
    Because you need something new
    Yeah, wish I was with you Writer/s: JABE BEYER, KYLE RYAN, NATALIE PRASS
    Publisher: Downtown Music Publishing, Bluewater Music Corp., ME GUSTA MUSIC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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