Album: Big Fat Lie (2014)
Charted: 46
  • Here's some advice for the next one
    Don't let him lead you to the dark
    Don't tell him all your secrets
    He'll leave you with a broken heart
    He'll try and tell you that he wants you
    Just to keep you on the line
    And right when you're about to move on
    He pulls you back in every time

    Here's advice for the next one
    Run
    Run, run
    Here's advice for the next one
    Run
    Run, run

    Darling, I know that you're just like me
    You give your love up way too fast
    But once it's gone, it's gone forever
    And there's no coming back from that
    He's got this perfect way about him
    He'll make you think that you come first
    But you'll get lost in the challenge
    Of trying not to get hurt

    Here's advice for the next one
    Run
    Run, run
    Here's advice for the next one
    Run
    Run, run

    Don't even search for that four-letter word
    He'll never get it out
    You'll try and try and try
    But he'll just shut you down
    Don't wanna say I told you so
    So please go now

    Here's some advice for the next one
    Run, run, run
    Here's some advice for the next one
    Run, run, run, run, run, run
    Run
    Run Writer/s: Julia Michaels, Felix Snow, Justin Tranter
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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