"Playing with Fire" as written by Chad Gilbert, Mariel Loveland, John Ryan Clifford and Matthew Ferraro....
I want to unravel you like the thread on my jeans
Tug and pull til it’s loose and I have torn the seam
I ruin everything, you should probably avoid me

Or give me a reason why every side of the bed
Feels like the wrong one in the morning
Tell me that happiness was sent to the wrong address
And if we wait a while it’s still coming to me

The rain on my fire escape; the whir of my first car
The sound of the rumble strip when we have drifted just too far
Goes off in my head like a cell phone alarm
And everything’s too loud

So give me a reason why every side of the bed
Feels like the wrong one in the morning
Tell me that happiness was sent to the wrong address
And if we wait a while it’s still coming to me

Cause I’m playing with fire and I can’t think straight
I’d do anything to not feel this way


Lyrics submitted by jeremy41

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