Habits

Album: First & Foremost (2018)
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  • You're the ink on my skin
    Through the thick, through the thin
    You were mine
    My confession, you're my sin
    My religion,
    Yeah you bring me to life
    You're the smoke in the air, everywhere
    You're the truth, you're the dare,
    You're the lie
    And I don't want to stare, but I swear
    No that nothing compares,
    To your eyes
    I never wanna break your heart
    I never wanna break your heart
    I'm never gunna stop it once I start
    I'm never gunna break it
    My habits die hard
    You're the pain, you're the numb
    You're the empty bottle of rum,
    I don't remember
    You're the hit, you're the run
    You're the trigger on the gun
    And I surrender
    You're the smoke in the air, everywhere
    You're the truth, you're the dare,
    You're the lie
    And I don't want to stare, but I swear
    No that nothing compares,
    To your eyes
    I'm never gunna break your heart
    I'm never gunna break your heart
    I'm never gunna stop it once I start
    I'm never gunna break it
    My habits die hard
    Never break the habit
    Never break the habit
    I'm never gunna break your heart
    I'm never gunna break your heart
    I'm never gunna stop it once I start
    I'm never gunna break it
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