Is It True

Album: The Slow Rush (2020)
  • We were hangin' in the morning
    Feelin' all different kinds of things
    We were talkin' about everything
    From the past to the happenin'
    We started talkin' 'bout devotion
    The kind that goes on eternally
    And I tell her I'm in love with her
    But how can I know that I'll always be?

    She just said, "Is it true? Is it true? Tell me now"
    That's a promise I can't make and I won't validate
    Was I in some kind of mood? I don't know, I don't care
    Now I'm sleeping in my room, here I am, back again
    She's in my

    I was happy just listening
    No intention to be mentioning
    We started talkin' 'bout the future
    'Bout the notion I was motioning
    I'm just so terrified to face her
    Like any moment I might wake up
    'Cause she's the only thing I think of
    I told my mother that I love her

    She just said, "Is it true? Is it true? Tell me now"
    That's a promise I can't make and I won't validate
    Was I being immature? I don't know, I don't care
    Now I'm sleeping in my room, here I am, back again
    She's in my

    (In my)
    I said, "We'll see, we'll see" (in my)
    We'll see
    Ah, we'll see
    We'll see, we'll see, we'll see, we'll see
    See how it goes
    Until we know what the future holds
    Ah, we'll see
    We'll see, we'll see, we'll see, we'll see
    See how it goes Writer/s: Kevin Parker
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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