"I'm a Mess" as written by Will C. Solomon and Anthony Hamilton....
I'm so torn up now, can't believe I lost you
Lost my best friend, my soul mate, can't believe it's true
We've invested in a set of twins, a small house, and the dog cried out
Knew I was suffering, he was chained to my pain

Me and you were meant to last forever
And if these walls can't hold this house together
We were born to live and die together
And now ya gone and I'm so alone
Baby come on home

You could have called, you could have wrote, you could tried
I rather you slit me cross the throat, so I can die
Instead of leaving, no explanation, as to why
You don't want me no more

You could have called, you could have wrote, you could tried
I rather you slit me cross the throat, so I can die
Instead of leaving, no explanation, as to why
You don't want me no more

I'm a mess right now, I can't eat, can't sleep
Bills are piling high, ain't worked in three weeks
Ain't bathed, can't shave, cause my heart is so tender, like living in a blender
I'm shaken and I'm stirred

You and me were meant to last forever
And if these walls can't hold this house together
We were meant to lie and die together
And now you're gone and I'm so alone
Baby come on home

You could have called, you could have wrote, you could tried
I rather you slit me cross the throat, so I can die
Instead of leaving, no explanation as to why
You don't want me no more

You could have called, you could have wrote, you could tried
I rather you slit me cross the throat, so I can die
Instead of leaving, no explanation as to why
You don't want me no more

Call me, write me, love me, come home
Call me, write me, love me, come home


Lyrics submitted by Pryncess33

"I'm a Mess" as written by Anthony Hamilton Jeanine Smith

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, ZELOPHEHAD'S DAUGHTER PUB.

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