Same Old Same Old

Album: The Civil Wars (2013)
  • I wanna leave you
    I wanna lose us
    I wanna give up
    But I won't

    I wanna miss this
    I want a heartache
    I wanna run away
    But I won't

    Do I love you
    Oh, I do
    And I'm going to 'til I'm gone
    But if you think that I can stay in this
    Same old, same old
    Well, I don't
    I don't

    I'm gonna break things
    I'm gonna cross the line
    And make you wake up
    'Cause you won't

    I'm gonna name names,
    I'm gonna call us out
    I'm gonna say it
    If you won't

    'Cause do I love you
    Oh, I do
    And I'm going to 'til I'm gone
    But if you think that I can stay in this
    Same old, same old
    Well, I don't

    Oh I don't wanna fight
    But I'll fight with you
    If I have to, If I have to

    Do I love you
    Oh, I do
    And I'm going to 'til I'm gone
    But if you think that I can stay in this
    Same old, same old
    Same old, same old
    Well, I don't
    I don't Writer/s: JOY WILLIAMS, JOHN WHITE
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., BMG Rights Management
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