"Just A Little" as written by and Michelle/hammond-hagan Escoffery....
Stuck in traffic trying to get to New Orleans
The further on I go the more I long for where I've been

You know what' Just forget it
Name something and I regret it
And the sun sets like surrender
And I guess I misremember that whole mess
And I guess you didn't love me just a little

300 miles and I still miss your stupid face
And now I'm drinking in a bar someplace
And now I'm drinking in a bar someplace
Back to my hotel like surrender
And I guess I misremember what went on
And how the whole world looked at dawn
When you were waiting by my door
I'm sure you didn't love me just a little

Why does everybody ask if I'm ok
I probably made the whole thing up anyway

So here I am down in New Orleans
With the concrete and the broke down dreams
Kind of reminds me of every place I've ever seen

You know what Just forget it
Name something and I regret it
The sun sets like surrender
And I guess I misremember that whole time
And what your lips felt like on mine
It was the sweetest fever dream
You probably don't know what I mean
But if you could face up to it
I would admit I didn't love you just a little


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"Just a Little" as written by George Hammond-hagan Michelle Escoffery

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