The One

Album: Memories...Do Not Open (2017)
Charted: 63 78
  • You know, I'm sorry
    I won't make it to your party
    Got caught up in my own selfishness
    It won't let me be a part of this
    And I know I've started
    Drifting off every second
    I can't wait to leave as soon as I arrive
    I count the seconds

    Down and down we go
    We'll torch this place we know
    Before one of us takes a chance
    And breaks this, I won't be the one
    No, I won't be the one

    I know it's pathetic
    Fuck it, yeah, I said it
    Tried to tell it like it is
    There's a chance that I'll regret it, so
    Let's go, let's end this
    I delete before I send it
    And we can play pretend
    Like we haven't reached the end yet

    Down and down we go
    And we'll torch this place we know
    Before one of us takes a chance
    And breaks this, I won't be the one
    No, I won't be the one

    (You know, I'm sorry)
    (I'm sorry)
    No, I won't be the one
    No, I won't be the one Writer/s: Scott Harris, Andrew Taggart, Emily Warren
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC
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