Die For Me

Album: Hollywood's Bleeding (2019)
Charted: 20
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  • Oh yeah, oh yeah, oh yeah
    Yeah, you'd die for me
    Said you'd die, said you'd die
    But you lied, you lied to me

    Said you'd take a bullet, told me you would die for me
    I had a really bad feeling you've been lying to me
    We were on the low, but you were getting high with me
    When it's past 11, that's a different side I see
    Said you'd die for me, you'd die for me, you'd die for me
    But you lied to me, you lied to me, you lied to me
    Said you'd die for me, you'd die for me, you'd die for me
    But you lied to me, you lied to me, you lied to me

    It was love at first sight, felt like you were chosen
    But that blood in your veins, yeah, I know it's frozen (it's so cold)
    Got no patience no more (no)
    Been waitin' too long (yeah)
    You hid that shit away and I was the last one to know, bitch (ayy)
    I heard you comin' in, I was lyin' there awake
    Didn't know that it was you, got the gun right out the safe (damn)
    Remember when you got my ass arrested (wow)
    At least when I was in jail, I got some rest in

    Ooh, I surrender (ayy), time to forget ya (ayy)
    I'm too tired to forgive ya (ayy), it's too hard on my liver (ayy)
    And you know (ayy) it's all (ayy) over now
    All your friends (ayy), you know (ayy) they sold you out

    Said you'd take a bullet, told me you would die for me (die for me)
    I had a really bad feeling you've been lying to me (lying to me)
    We were on the low, but you were getting high with me (high with me)
    When it's past 11, that's a different side I see (side I see)
    Said you'd die for me, you'd die for me, you'd die for me (die, die, die)
    But you lied to me, you lied to me, you lied to me (lie, lie, lie)
    Said you'd die for me, you'd die for me, you'd die for me (die, die, die)
    But you lied to me, you lied to me, you lied to me, yeah (you lied, yeah)

    It was a VIP, happened to be one of my best nights
    9 am, I came from out the club, it was daylight (daylight)
    Got a bad girl, I was treating her too nice (I was treating her too nice)
    Caught you being vulnerable, that ain't what I need (that ain't what I need)
    You just sold your soul, girl, quit crying (sold your soul)
    From your passport, it looks like you lying (know you cold)
    You broken down by your past, don't deny it (you know I know)
    Your ex called, you was vulnerable, you flying, nah (flying)
    Wasn't on the best of terms, girl, I was trying (I was trying on ya)
    I did everything to reach out to you (I was reaching out)
    Said you never had me caught up in no drama (no drama)
    I done ran into my karma (I done ran)

    Said you'd take a bullet, told me you would die for me (that you would die)
    I had a really bad feeling you've been lying to me (you'd been lying)
    We been on the low, but you been getting high with me (you was high)
    When it's past 11, that's a different side I see (a different side)
    Said you'd die for me, you'd die for me, you'd die for me (said you'd die, you said you'd die)
    But you lied to me, you lied to me, you lied to me (now you're lying)
    Said you'd die for me, you'd die for me, you'd die for me (oh yeah, oh yeah, oh yeah)
    But you lied to me, you lied to me, you lied to me

    Settle down, I spell it out, it's simple enough
    I came around, I figured out, should follow my gut
    I don't play anymore, I went through your phone
    And caught the girls in your DM's and took all them home
    And I know it's been a while since the last time you heard from me
    Grew into a savage and that's why they gave this verse to me
    Turns out at shows 'cause they turn out at shows
    I sold 15 million copies of a break-up note
    Brought some strangers in our beds
    And now you lost your right to privacy
    Spilling all our secrets
    When you thought they'd probably die with me
    Know you fucking love it on the low
    And you don't have to say I'm crazy
    'Cause I know nothing's changed

    Said you'd take a bullet, told me you would die for me
    I had a really bad feeling you'd been lying to me
    We were on the low, but you were getting high with me
    When it's past 11, that's a different side I see (but you lied, you lied, you lied)
    Said you'd die for me, you'd die for me, you'd die for me (you'd die, you'd die, you'd die)
    But you lied to me, you lied to me, you lied to me (but you lied, you lied, you lied)
    Said you'd die for me, you'd die for me, you'd die for me (you'd die, you'd die, you'd die)
    But you lied to me, you lied to me, you lied to me (but you lied, you lied, you lied) Writer/s: Andrew Watt, Ashley Frangipane, Austin Richard Post, Billy Walsh, Louis Russell Bell, Nathan Perez, Nayvadius Wilburn
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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