Album: When The Sun Goes Down (2011)
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  • You make me so upset sometimes
    I feel like I could lose my mind
    The conversation goes nowhere
    'Cause you're never gonna take me there

    And I know, what I know
    And I know you're not good for me.
    Yeah I know, what I know
    And I know it's not meant to be.

    He's my dilemma
    One half of me wants ya
    And the other half wants to forget
    My-my-my dilemma
    From the moment I met 'ya
    I just can't get you out of my head

    And I tell myself to run from you
    But I find myself attracted
    To my dilemma
    My dilemma, is you.

    Your eyes have told a thousand lies
    But I believe them when they look in mine
    I heard the rumors but you won't come clean
    I guess I'm hoping it's because of me

    And I know, what I know
    And I know you're not good for me.
    Yeah I know, what I know
    And I know it's not meant to be.

    He's my dilemma
    One half of me wants ya
    And the other half wants to forget
    My-my-my dilemma
    From the moment I met 'ya
    I just can't get you out of my head

    And I tell myself to run from you
    But I find myself attracted
    To my dilemma
    My dilemma, is you.

    I could live without you
    Your smile, your eyes, the way you make me feel inside
    I could live without you
    But I don't wanna, I don't wanna
    Oh, you make me so upset sometimes.

    He's my dilemma
    One half of me wants ya
    And the other half wants to forget
    My-my-my dilemma
    From the moment I met 'ya
    I just can't get you out of my head

    And I tell myself to run from you
    But I find myself attracted
    To my dilemma
    My dilemma, is you.

    It's you, it's you, it's you.
    It's you, it's you, it's you.

    It's you, it's you, it's you.
    It's you, it's you, it's you.

    My, my, my dilemma. Writer/s: ANTONINA ARMATO, DEVRIM KARAOGLU, TIMOTHY JAMES
    Publisher: Downtown Music Publishing, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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