Don't Say

Album: Memories...Do Not Open (2017)
  • Dropping bombs in cups of coffee
    You said it hits you all at once
    I'm already tired and it's the morning
    Then you clear your throat
    Deep down I know that this is done

    You tell me you're sorry and I'm laughing
    You say sometimes these things just don't work out
    'Cause you're only human, this shit happens
    Wait, I don't mean to stop you
    But darling, I have to cut you off

    Don't say, don't say you're human
    Don't say, don't say it's not your fault
    I won't take the bait or these excuses that you're using
    So, don't say, don't say you're human

    Don't say
    Don't say
    Don't say
    Don't say
    Don't say you're human

    You say you've regret the way you acted
    Come on, admit you let me down
    Say that I'm better in your absence
    Go right ahead, say almost anything you want

    Just don't say, don't say you're human
    Don't say, don't say it's not your fault
    I won't take the bait or these excuses that you're using
    So, don't say, don't say you're human

    Don't say
    Don't say
    Don't say
    Don't say
    Don't say you're human

    Don't say, don't say you're human
    Don't say, don't say it's not your fault
    I won't take the bait or these excuses that you're using
    So, don't say, don't say you're human

    Just don't say, don't say you're human
    Don't say, don't say it's not your fault
    I won't take the bait or these excuses that you're using
    So, don't say, don't say you're human

    Don't say
    Don't say
    Don't say
    No way
    Don't say you're human

    No way, no way you're human Writer/s: ANDREW TAGGART, BRENTON DUVALL, EMILY WARREN, IMAD ROY EL-AMINE, JONI FATORA
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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