Thousand Miles

Album: yet to be titled (2022)
Charted: 21 15
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  • (Oh)

    I know that look on your face
    You're comin' my way, you're comin' my way tonight
    Here goes another mistake
    I know I'm gon' make, I know I'm gon' make tonight

    Oh, I wish I let it go, you're better off alone
    'Cause I'm about to fuck it up with you
    I know that look on your face
    You're comin' my way, you're comin' my way tonight

    And I will never change
    I couldn't even if I wanted to for you (oh, oh)
    There's nothin' left to say
    If I was you, if I was you, then I would stay
    A thousand miles away
    (A thousand miles away, yeah)

    It's hard to give it all up (all up)
    Tryna block you out, but you're invading my thoughts
    And you got ten fingers wrapped around my heart (heart)
    Uh, wish I could give you everything that you want, but I won't, no

    I wish I let it go, you're better off alone
    'Cause I'm about to fuck it up with you
    I know that look on your face
    You're comin' my way, tomorrow, we'll say goodbye

    And I will never change
    I couldn't even if I wanted to for you (oh, oh)
    There's nothin' left to say
    If I was you, if I was you, then I would stay
    A thousand miles away
    (A thousand miles away, yeah)

    Here in your arms
    I'm already gone
    You got me wrong
    And I played along

    I know that look on your face
    You're comin' my way, you're comin' my way tonight
    Here goes another mistake
    I know I'm gon' make, I know I'm gon' make tonight

    And I will never change
    I couldn't even if I wanted to for you (oh, oh)
    There's nothin' left to say
    If I was you, if I was you, then I would stay
    A thousand miles away
    (A thousand miles away, yeah) Writer/s: Andrew Wotman, Charlton Kenneth Jeffrey Howard, Louis Russell Bell, William Walsh
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
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