"Miserable" as written by and Josh Osborne Brandy Clark....
Your heart's as heavy as the stones you throw
Can't see the flowers for the weeds you grow
You blow your bubbles just to watch 'em burst
For you it's always bad to worse

And you can't win unless you lose
You try to tell me you want happiness
But you ain't happy unless
You're miserable

Your neighbor's dirty laundry's cleaner
And the wolf at your door's always meaner
The sky's still grey when the sun's around
But you can't set sail if your anchor's down

And you can't win unless you lose
You try to tell me you want happiness
But you ain't happy unless
You're miserable
I'm miserable

Can't liven up for the both of us
We have enough for the whole of us
If misery loves company
Then I can't keep you company no more
You
You
You

You can't win unless you lose
You try to tell me you want happiness
But you ain't happy unless
You're miserable


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"Miserable" as written by Josh Osborne Brandy Clark

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Spirit Music Group

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