"Shake It Off" as written by Gerald Eaton and Brian West....
A quiet moment on a subway train
You say it hurts to kiss me over and over again
You say it hurts that it's taken so long but
I was the one waiting and it's worse to be strung along

Shake it off, I'm leaving
Shake it off, I'm leaving
I've had enough, I'm unhappy with dreaming
Shake it off, I'm leaving

A quiet moment and we're separate
You say it hurts to be alone and you got desperate
You say it hurts to wait for what I would say but
I was the one ready and it's worse to be pushed away

Shake it off, I'm leaving
Shake it off, I'm leaving
I've had enough, I'm unhappy with dreaming
Shake it off, I'm leaving

A quiet moment, it hurts to breathe
Shake it off now
Shake it till there's nothing there
A quiet moment, suddenly
It hurts to be young and it hurts to be someone who's scared

Shake it off, I'm leaving
Shake it off, I'm leaving
I've had enough, I'm unhappy with dreaming
Shake it off, I'm leaving


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"Shake It Off" as written by Gerald Eaton Brian West

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