"Stuck" as written by and John Kennard Eleazar Faraon....
I was too dumb to notice
That there's something about you
What am I supposed to do?
I sure wish I knew

All the butterflies I felt inside
Never really mattered
Wishful thoughts and sudden smiles
Ended being shattered

What are we supposed to be
I'm hopelessly addicted to you
But you never felt the same

Time may pass us
By but you stay stuck on my mind
And that moment we stared
That night I thought it was right
But maybe I was wrong all along

I held onto something that never really mattered
Stuck on that starting line
I'm still silently quietly hoping
You'll end up with me

I was too dumb to notice
There was something about you
How are you supposed to see things
If only you knew

All the times we were together
I never really mattered
All you see is what you want
My heart is being shattered

What are we supposed to be
I'm helplessly addicted to you
But you never felt the same

Time may pass us by
But you stay stuck on my mind
And that moment we stared
That night I thought it was right
But maybe I was wrong all along

I held onto something that never really mattered
Stuck on that starting line
I'm still silently quietly hoping
You'll end up with me

Time may pass us by
But you stay stuck on my mind
And that moment we stared
That night I thought it was right

Time may pass us by
But you stay stuck on my mind
And that moment we stared
That night I thought it was right
But maybe I was wrong all along

I held onto something
That never really mattered
Stuck on that starting line
I'm still silently quietly hoping
You'll end up with me

I was too dumb to notice
That there's something about you
What am I supposed to do if
I'm still stuck on you


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"Stuck" as written by John Kennard Eleazar Faraon

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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