"Villain" as written by Christian Robert Crippin, Jacob William Hoggard, Thomas Walter Macdonald, Dave Rosin and David Robert Madison Genn....
I could be the villain in your
Little book of break-ups
So spinnerule but even now
I could be your page in your
Little book of break-ups

I'm never letting go.

I'd tear into myself again.
(Myself, myself)
My skin rips like paper.
I'll never touch myself again.
(Myself, myself)

Your heart breaks like glass.

I should have been the hero in your
Little book of make-ups
But that anyone should say to you
I should have been the figure in your
Little book of make-ups

Your heart breaks like glass
Still I find a way
To fight the brilliance of your inside in this lifetime
I won't regret
I won't regret it.


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"Villain" as written by Jacob William Hoggard Christian Robert Crippin

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group

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