Sad!

Album: ? (2018)
Charted: 5 1
  • Yeah

    Who am I? Someone that's afraid to let go, uh
    You decide, if you're ever gonna, let me know (yeah)
    Suicide, if you ever try to let go, uh
    I'm sad and low, yeah
    I'm sad and low, yeah
    Who am I? Someone that's afraid to let go, uh
    You decide, if you're ever gonna, let me know (yeah)
    Suicide, if you ever try to let go, uh
    I'm sad and low, yeah
    I'm sad and low, yeah

    I gave her everything
    She took my heart and left me lonely
    I've been broken, heart's contentious
    I won't fix, I'd rather weep
    I'm lost and I'm found, but
    It's torture being in love
    I love when you're around
    But I fucking hate when you leave

    Who am I? Someone that's afraid to let go, uh
    You decide, if you're ever gonna, let me know (yeah)
    Suicide, if you ever try to let go, uh
    I'm sad and low, yeah
    I'm sad and low, yeah
    Who am I? Someone that's afraid to let go, uh
    You decide, if you're ever gonna, let me know (yeah)
    Suicide, if you ever try to let go, uh
    I'm sad and low, yeah
    I'm sad and low, yeah

    Who am I? Someone that's afraid to let go, uh
    You decide, if you're ever gonna, let me know (yeah)
    Suicide, if you ever try to let go, uh
    I'm sad and low, yeah
    I'm sad and low, yeah
    Who am I? Someone that's afraid to let go, uh
    You decide, if you're ever gonna, let me know (yeah)
    Suicide, if you ever try to let go, uh
    I'm sad and low, yeah
    I'm sad and low, yeah Writer/s: Jahseh Onfroy, Johnathan Carter Cunningham
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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