Hurt

Album: Ugly Is Beautiful (2018)
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  • My day will come, I gave too much
    I sold my soul, I'm waiting for my pay in full
    I only want your dying love, I've seen enough

    I tried, but I don't think so
    Maybe it was me who was fucking up
    I gave all I could give, but
    It seems like it never really was enough

    I feel left out, I don't see how
    My whole life can change in one week
    I don't mind my own reflection
    I don't see how you've been let down
    Don't speak unless you have to
    Why you always seem in a bad mood?
    Your whole life you had an attitude
    One day, is that so bad for you?

    I'm sorry if I hurt you
    I'm sorry if it got that bad
    I'm sorry I can't help you
    Somebody should've had your back

    I tried, but I don't think so
    Maybe it was me who was fucking up
    I gave all I could give, but
    It seems like it never really was enough

    I changed my whole life when
    I learned to ignore them
    I changed my whole life up
    Maybe it was not enough
    I don't think I'm allowed to
    Make a deal with your selfish ways
    They're acting vicious out there
    There's lots of demons out here

    I'm sorry if I hurt you
    I'm sorry if it got that bad
    I'm sorry I can't help you
    Somebody should've had your back

    I tried, but I don't think so
    Maybe it was me who was fucking up
    I gave all I could give, but
    It seems like it never really was enough Writer/s: Ethan Snoreck, Michael Leary, Oliver Tree Nickell
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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