"Crash and Burn" as written by Christopher Stapleton and Jesse Frasure....
So I guess it's over baby and déjà vu again
Who'd have thought that time don't stop and
Somehow girl, the world keeps spinning and
I guess I've turned myself into a solitary man
Ain't like I'm the only one that's in the shoes
That I am

Do you hear that?
I'm right back
At the sound of lonely calling
Do you hear that?
It's where I'm at
It's the sound of teardrops falling down, down
A slamming door and a lesson learned
I let another lover crash and burn

I know that it might sound jaded
And I have to say
I think love is overrated
But I don't like throwing it away

I know you could probably tell me
Right where I went wrong
Some guys can't have all the luck
If others don't sing sad songs

Do you hear that?
I'm right back
At the sound of lonely calling
Do you hear that?
It's where I'm at
It's the sound of teardrops falling down, down
A slamming door and a lesson learned
I let another lover crash and burn, that's right

Another lover
Another lover crash and burn
Ooh yeah

Do you hear that?
I'm right back
At the sound of lonely calling
Do you hear that?
It's where I'm at
It's the sound of teardrops falling down, down
A slamming door and a lesson learned
I let another lover crash and burn, yeah
I let another lover crash and burn

Mhm
Mhm


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"Crash and Burn" as written by Jesse Frasure Christopher Stapleton

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