Figure It Out

Album: Royal Blood (2014)
Charted: 43
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  • Nothing here to see
    Just a kid like me
    Trying to cuss and see
    Trying to figure it out

    Nothing better to do
    When I'm stuck on you
    And still I'm here
    Trying to figure it out

    Getting hard to sleep
    But it is in my dreams
    But it's killing me
    To try and figure it out

    Nothing better to do
    When I'm stuck on you
    And still I'm here
    Trying to figure it out

    I'll let it go 'cause I won't see you later
    And I'm not allowed to talk it out
    I said I'll come, I'll promise I won't show
    But I see you trying to figure it out
    I promise you, I'll take a bet on you
    But you didn't know I planned it out
    I said I'll go, yeah, I won't see you later
    And I'm not allowed to figure it out

    Nothing here to see
    Just a kid like me
    Trying to cuss and see
    Trying to figure it out

    Nothing better to do
    When I'm stuck on you
    And still I'm here
    Trying to figure it out

    I'll let it go 'cause I won't see you later
    And I'm not allowed to talk it out
    I said I'll come, I'll promise I won't show
    But I see you trying to figure it out
    I promise you, I'll take a bet on you
    But you didn't know I planned it out
    I said I'll go, yeah, I won't see you later
    And I'm not allowed to figure it out

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