Text Me in the Morning

Album: Pop Psychology (2014)
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  • We danced a tango 'till our heads got dizzy
    I felt your body heat: a damsel in distress
    My daddy warned me not to get so busy
    And suddenly I'm watching you take off your dress
    I couldn't stick around

    So text me in the morning
    Tell me you still love me
    I don't believe a single word
    You tell me you're tipsy; I tell you you're pretty
    We could spend the night if you're still sure
    But text me in the morning

    Woke up all soaking wet from last night's fever
    Smelling like cigarettes and broken promises
    Your mother said: 'Don't be an overachiever.'
    I please her, oh please girl, I never did believe her
    And I'll never tell you why
    Oh, I'll never tell a lie

    So text me in the morning
    Tell me you still love me
    I don't believe a single word
    You tell me you're tipsy; I tell you you're pretty
    We could spend the night if you're still sure
    But text me in the morning

    Tears on my phone
    Feelin' so alone
    I'll never let you go, you've got the best of me
    When all the other boys just want your sex
    I just want your texts
    In the morning

    Right, in the morning

    C'mon c'mon c'mon

    So text me in the morning
    Tell me you still love me
    I don't believe a single word
    You tell me you're tipsy, I tell you you're pretty
    We could spend the night if you're still sure
    But text me in the morning

    We danced a tango 'till our heads got dizzy
    (Text me in the morning)

    I felt your body heat: a damsel in distress
    (Text me in the morning)

    Woke up all soaking wet from last night's fever
    (Text me in the morning)

    Smelling like cigarettes and broken promises Writer/s: TIMOTHY PAGNOTTA, TYLER GLENN
    Publisher: CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC, Downtown Music Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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