Happy Little Pill

Album: TRXYE (2014)
Charted: 92
  • In the crowd alone
    And every second passing reminds me I'm not whole
    Bright lights and city sounds are ringing like a drone
    Unknown, unknown

    Oh, glazed eyes, empty hearts
    Buying happy from shopping carts
    Nothing but time to kill
    Sipping life from bottles
    Tight skin, bodyguards
    Gucci down the boulevard
    Cocaine, dollar bills
    And

    My happy little pill
    Take me away
    Dry my eyes
    Bring color to my skies
    My sweet little pill
    Tame my hunger
    Lie within
    Numb my skin

    Like a rock I float
    Sweat and conversations seep into my bones
    Four walls are not enough
    I'll take a dip into the
    Unknown, unknown

    Oh, glazed eyes, empty hearts
    Buying happy from shopping carts
    Nothing but time to kill
    Sipping life from bottles
    Tight skin, bodyguards
    Gucci down the boulevard
    Cocaine, dollar bills
    And

    My happy little pill
    Take me away
    Dry my eyes
    Bring color to my skies
    My sweet little pill
    Tame my hunger
    Lie within
    Numb my skin

    Blazed eyes, empty hearts
    Buying happy from shopping carts
    Nothing but time to kill
    Sipping life from bottles
    Tight skin, bodyguards
    Gucci down the boulevard
    Cocaine, dollar bills
    And

    My happy little pill
    Take me away
    Dry my eyes
    Bring color to my skies
    My sweet little pill
    Tame my hunger
    Lie within
    Numb my skin Writer/s: BRANDON CLAYBORNE ROGERS, HONG TAT TONG, TROYE SIVAN MELLET
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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