Album: Everything You've Come to Expect (2016)
  • Ah
    Bad habits
    Sick puppy
    Thigh high
    Knee deep

    Do you wanna hold hands?
    Should we get back down?
    She wanna slow dance?

    Should've known, little girl that you'd do me wrong
    Should've known by the way you were showing off

    Bad habits, yeah
    Bad habits, ooh
    Bad habits, yeah
    Bad habits, ah

    Deep trouble
    Red lollipop, ah
    Pale faces
    Oh right
    Delicious, ah

    Do you wanna hold hands?
    Should we get back down?
    She wanna slow dance?

    Woah, oh
    Bad habits, yeah
    Bad habits, ooh
    Bad habits, yeah
    Bad habits, ah

    Ah, ah
    Should've known, little girl that you'd do me wrong
    Should've known by the way you were showing off
    Should've known, little girl that you'd do me wrong
    Should've known by the way you were showing off
    Bad habits, yeah
    Bad habits, ooh
    Bad habits, yeah
    Bad habits, ah
    Bad habits, yeah
    Bad habits, ooh
    Bad habits, yeah
    Bad habits Writer/s: Alex Turner, Miles Kane
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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