"Beautifully Unfinished" as written by Stephen Paul Robson, Lindy Robbins and Ella Henderson....
Sunday, rain drops, clock goes tick tock
I hate myself for staring at the phone
Get all your text, can't erase them
I call you up but I know you're not alone
I know that I should not hold on, so why can't I let go?

'Cause every time I'm with you somehow I forget to breathe
You got me like a rag doll,
Now I'm dancing on your string
And I keep trying to figure out who you are to me
But maybe all that we are meant to be
Is beautifully unfinished, beautifully unfinished

You left your kiss like a bruise on my lips
Your fingerprints are tattooed on my skin
And hush now, don't cry, build your walls high
And don't you dare come creeping in

'Cause you're the one that I can't lose
You're the one that I can't win

'Cause every time I'm with you somehow I forget to breathe
You got me like a rag doll,
Now I'm dancing on your string
And I keep trying to figure out who you are to me
But maybe all that we are meant to be
Is beautifully unfinished

And I hate you, and I love you
And I wish you'd go away
And I hate you, and I love you
And I wish that you would stay

'Cause every time I'm with you somehow I forget to breathe
You got me like a rag doll,
Now I'm dancing on your string
And I keep trying to figure out who you are to me
But maybe all that we are meant to be
Is beautifully unfinished, we're beautifully unfinished


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"Beautifully Unfinished" as written by Lindy Robbins Ella Henderson

Lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC

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