Predictable

  • I'm taking no advice, tonight I'm shooting onside
    I got no time for a belly full of lies
    And I've been moving in the right direction without you
    You find it easy to come at me like you do
    You, you, you, you, you, you always find a way out
    I, I, I, I, I, it's time I had my moment now
    We could always move in circles if we had to
    It's time to cut that loose and move forward with what we do

    I never saw an easy sign
    To let me know the good times arrived
    And I was always on your side but now, now, now, and now and now

    You're so predictable
    Do what you always do
    Go back to where you came from, from

    Pain has a way of playing out in slow motion
    If things get worse, I hope I come to your mind first
    This hate is spreading through my veins just like a wildfire
    Can't put it out, I don't know how I'd even start

    And now you know the truth it hurts
    It's better than living in reverse
    Oh we used to fall into each other
    Like a love and now it's dyin'

    You're so predictable
    Do what you always do
    Crawl back to where you came from, from

    I'm taking no advice
    I'm shooting onside tonight
    My aim is good, you know you would if you could aim that high

    You're so predictable
    Do what you always do
    Crawl back to where you came from, from, oh
    You're so predictable
    Do what you always do
    Crawl back to where you came from, from Writer/s: Christopher James Miller, Daniel David Flint, Josh James Alphonse Franceschi, Matthew James Barnes, Max Michael Heyler
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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