"I've Tried Everything" as written by Adam Stuart Argyle, Martin Brammer and Olly ...
I've tried everything,
To get you off my mind
I've been running 'round,
Breaking things, getting into fights

Ooh ooh ooh (I'd try anything, to get you off my mind)

We used to climb Primrose Hill
When it was just the two of us
We used to run up the stairs
On the double-decker bus
And oh, I can't do that anymore
No, it just reminds me of before

I've tried everything,
To get you off my mind
I've been running 'round,
Breaking things, getting into fights
I don't know what it takes
Ooh, I wish I didn't have to think of us
I've tried everything,
And everything is not enough

I see a girl across the street
On a sunny afternoon
And if I look through half-closed eyes
She looks a bit like you
Oh, it just reminds me of before
No, I can't do that anymore

I've tried everything,
To get you off my mind
I've been running 'round,
Breaking things, getting into fights
I don't know what it takes
Ooh, I wish I didn't have to think of us
I've tried everything,
And everything is not enough

All my days are messed up
Can't break down, can't break up
Sleepless nights that never end
I wish I could pretend
Oh, I can't do this anymore

I've tried everything,
To get you off my mind
I've been running 'round,
Breaking things, getting into fights
I don't know what it takes
Ooh, I wish I didn't have to think of us
I've tried everything,
And everything is not enough

Ooh ooh ooh (Anything anything baby, to get you off my mind)
I've tried everything,
And everything is not enough


Lyrics submitted by AmberBell

"I've Tried Everything" as written by Martin Brammer Adam Stuart Argyle

Lyrics © Peermusic Publishing, IMAGEM MUSIC INC

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