Album: Wrong Crowd (2016)
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  • Yesterday was awful, you know what I mean
    Yesterday was awkward, you could probably see
    I didn't mean to hold you, or gain your sympathy
    That's my jea-, my jealousy

    Yesterday I was stupid and I shouldn't have been
    'Cause yesterday you loved me and I didn't see
    All this time you had, put up with me
    My jea-, my jealousy

    'Cause I never believed from the day that I met you
    A loser like me could ever get you
    When we go out I hear people saying, "what's that beautiful girl doing with him"
    I'm sorry that I'm sometimes so insecure, with every day
    I grow a little more sure of your love

    But yesterday my worries got the best of me
    Well, yesterday I'm sorry that I didn't see
    I think you'll go you know, oh eventually
    My jea-, my jealousy
    My jea-, my jealousy

    Never let me go
    I said never let me go Writer/s: TOM PETER ODELL
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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