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rubberband

Tate McRae26 Mar 2021

rubberband Lyrics

Song: rubberband

Artist: Tate McRae

Lyrics: Andrew Goldstein, Victoria Zaro, Natalie Solomon, Jacob Kasher & Tate McRae

Composed: Andrew Goldstein & NALIYA

 

Was it a wasted couple months?

Sneaking outta the window, spending nights in limbo

Was that all there was for us?

Midnight driving, running through highland

Does it make me the criminal?

That I let you go

That I broke us and left

I hate that I never know

Why you're still so caught up in my head

 

I know you wanted a promise

I wasn't ready, can I be honest?

Never knew what I had until I lost it

 

And I got this rubber band on my wrist, on my wrist

And I snap it every time that I think about your lips

Got this rubber band on my wrist, on my wrist

Almost break it every time when I'm trying to forget

 

I know that I have never been good at this

Love you in a second, next you know I'm checking out

Of moments I shouldn't miss

Now I'm looking through the photos

Wishing I was different

 

And I got this rubber band on my wrist, on my wrist

And I snap it every time that I think about your lips

Got this rubber band on my wrist, on my wrist

Almost break it every time when I'm trying to forget

 

Trying to forget (Trying to forget)

Trying to forget (To forget, to forget, to forget)

Trying to forget (Trying to forget, trying to forget)

Trying to forget

 

I know you wanted a promise

I wasn't ready, can I be honest?

Never knew what I had until I lost it

 

And I got this rubber band on my wrist, on my wrist

And I snap it every time that I think about your lips

Got this rubber band on my wrist, on my wrist

Almost break it every time when I'm trying to forget

 

Trying to forget (Trying to forget)

Trying to forget (Trying to forget)

Trying to forget

 

Hmm-hmm, hmm

Trying to forget (Trying to forget)

Trying to forget (Trying to forget)

Trying to forget (Trying to forget)

Oh, ooh-ooh-ooh, ooh-ooh-ooh

 

I'm trying to forget