"Cigarettes" as written by and Daniel Merriweather Jordan Galland....
I wasn't gonna drink tonight, then I went to a bar
I wasn't gonna start that fight but they pushed me way too far,
And oooh, ooh, ooh, oooooh, you would never know,
Oooh, ooh, ooh, oooooh, you would never know

I wasn't gonna watch the game, now I'm shouting at the ball
I checked my phone and saw your name, so I must of missed your call
I wasn't gonna place that bet, but they said it'd take the fault
Now my clothes smell like cigarettes, but I don't smoke at all,
Oooooh, you would never know,
Oooh, ooh, ooh, oooooh, you would never know

Oooh, and I was out, having fun, and I was out of line
When I thought I was staying young I was staying out in my mind
Life is like an old cassette, that you can't rewind
Now my clothes smell like cigarettes and it happens all the time
Oooh, ooh, ooh, oooooh, you would never know,
Oooh, ooh, ooh, oooooh, you would never know

love and sex and TV sets, we never left my room
I used to speak of old regrets, maybe I spoke too soon
I thought that I did my best, now I know that isn't true
Coz my clothes smell like cigarettes, and they used to smell like you

Uh, hey etc etc
(Used to smell like you)
Hey, used to smell like you heyy-yeah
(Used to smell like you)
Hey yeah

What happened, what happened oh-ho-oh

I thought I did my best, now I know that isn't true
Now my clothes smell like cigarettes, when they used to smell like you


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"Cigarettes" as written by Daniel Merriweather Jordan Galland

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