Stay Stay Stay

Album: Red (2012)
Charted: 67
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  • I'm pretty sure we almost broke up last night
    I threw my phone across the room at you
    I was expecting some dramatic turn away
    But you stayed
    This morning I said we should talk about it
    'Cause I read you should never leave a fight unresolved
    That's when you came in wearing a football helmet
    And said, "Okay, let's talk"
    And I said

    Stay, stay, stay
    I've been loving you for quite some time, time, time
    You think that it's funny when I'm mad, mad, mad
    But I think that it's best if we both stay

    Before you, I'd only dated self indulgent takers
    Who took all of their problems out on me
    But you carry my groceries and now I'm always laughing
    And I love you, because you have given me no choice but to

    Stay, stay, stay
    I've been loving you for quite some time, time, time
    You think that it's funny when I'm mad, mad, mad
    But I think that it's best if we both stay
    Stay, stay, stay

    You took the time to memorize me
    My fears, my hopes and dreams
    I just like hanging out with you
    All the time
    All those times that you didn't leave
    It's been occurring to me
    I'd like to hang out with you
    For my whole life

    Stay
    And I'll be loving you for quite some time
    No one else is gonna love me when I get mad, mad, mad
    So I think that it's best if we both stay, stay, stay
    Stay, stay, stay

    Stay, stay, stay
    I've been loving you for quite some time, time, time
    You think that it's funny when I'm mad, mad, mad
    But I think that it's best if we both stay
    Stay, stay, stay, stay, stay

    Stay, stay, stay
    I've been loving you for quite some time, time, time
    You think that it's funny when I'm mad, mad, mad
    I think that it's best if we both stay

    "That's so fun" Writer/s: Taylor Alison Swift
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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