Enough

Album: Love Somebody (2015)
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  • He tells me he's working late
    He tells me that he can't stay too long
    So I turn the lights off
    I fall asleep before he's home
    Tomorrow I'll wake up alone
    Feeling that familiar low
    My heart's screaming, no

    But every time I think I've had enough
    He comes around and wraps me up in love
    And I wind up giving in
    'Cause he gives me just enough
    To make me think that
    There's still hope for us
    But in the end it's only me
    Wishing I could be
    Wishing I still was
    Enough

    He think it's best to tell me lies
    He don't even try to hide, the truth
    So he won't hurt me
    He made a promise he can't keep
    He can't promise anything
    The half of him he gives to me
    Will never be enough

    But every time I think I've had enough
    He comes around and wraps me up in love
    And I wind up giving in
    'Cause he gives me just enough
    To make me think that
    There's still hope for us
    But in the end it's only me
    Wishing I could be
    Wishing I still was

    Enough to make him wanna stay
    Enough to make him walk away
    I just wanna hear him say I was

    Enough
    To make me think that
    There's still hope for us
    But in the end it's only me
    Wishing I could be
    Wishing I still was
    Enough

    I know I'll never be
    Oh, I know I never was
    Enough, enough

    Oh I'm wishing I could be
    (No I'll never be)
    Oh, enough
    (Enough) enough
    Enough, oh enough
    Never be Writer/s: AARON SCHERZ, EMILY MARIE SHACKELTON, KELLY ARCHER
    Publisher: Downtown Music Publishing, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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