Half Of Me

Album: Unapologetic (2012)
Charted: 75
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  • You saw me on the television, setting fire to all the buildings
    Yeah I guess you saw me stealing, but you've no idea what I've been needin'
    Talk about when we were children, not the kind of kid that you believe in
    You saw me on the television, saw me on the television
    But that's just the half of it, yeah you saw the half of it
    This is the life I live, and that's just the half of it

    Saw me on the television, hanging out my dirty linen
    You're entitled to your own opinion
    Sit and shake your head at my decision
    I guess the kind of songs that I've been singing
    Make it seem as if I'm always winning
    But you saw me on a television
    Yeah you saw me on a television

    But that's just the half of it
    You saw the half of it
    This is the life I live
    And that's just the half of it

    Oh you know me I'm the life of the party
    Beautiful people surround me
    Everybody falling in love
    Oh you know me, everybody knows that I'm crazy
    Sticks and stones they never break me
    And I'm the type that don't give a fuck

    And that's just the half of it
    You saw the half of it
    Yeah this is the life I live
    And that's just the half of it

    Yeah you saw the half of it
    And this is the life I live
    You saw the half of it
    Only the half of it
    Eh, oh, no

    You saw me on the television
    Saw me on the television Writer/s: Emeli Sande, Mikkel Eriksen, Tor Hermansen
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
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