Baby, I'm A Queen

Album: Treehouse (2018)
  • [Verse 1]
    Baby I'm a queen, so why do you call me baby?
    It's been about a week, it's too soon for nicknames

    [Pre-Chorus]
    You tire me out but fill me up
    And I don't mind it very much
    You do not wait to wake me up
    Too soon for mourning

    [Chorus]
    I might prefer desire to self control
    I might prefer crying to being composed
    I might prefer chaos to even flow
    It's too soon for sense though
    I might prefer desire to self control
    I might prefer crying to being composed
    I might prefer chaos to even flow
    It's too soon for sense though

    [Verse 2]
    Maybe I'm a queen, and maybe I'm a baby
    It's been over a week, still too soon for nicknames

    [Pre-Chorus]
    You tire me out but fill me up
    And I don't mind it very much
    You do not wait to wake me up
    Too soon for mourning

    [Chorus]
    I might prefer desire to self control
    I might prefer crying to being composed
    I might prefer chaos to even flow
    It's too soon for sense though
    I might prefer desire to self control
    I might prefer crying to being composed
    I might prefer chaos to even flow
    It's too soon for sense though

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