It Had to Be You
I'll get lost, messed up and bored when I'm alone too long I can't sleep, function or eat when I'm not with someone Late last fall, she ended it all and moved to who-knows-where Just like that, she vanished and packed and never even called Do you feel a certain sense of synergy between yourself and me? A kind of macabre and somber Wondertwin type of harmony What if it was you? You that I needed all along I felt like a fool, Kicking and screaming and pretending we were wrong Let's get wrecked on pop tarts and snacks and see the Taj Mahal Let's save birds from Prince William Sound and skateboard through the mall Let's fight crime with mangoes and limes and join the PGA Let's win big with every spin but hurry, I can't wait Do you spend a fortune on those late night prepaid television scams In search of the perfect blender, steak knife and non-stick frying pan? What if it was you? You that I needed all along I felt like a fool Thinking we were completely wrong It seemed like a dream A beautiful scream That echoed forever And made us not afraid to feel a thing And after it ends We'll try to be friends They say that what doesn't kill us makes us who we are All this time and everything's changed but I still feel the same All good things eventually end and get washed down the drain What a disaster it would be if you discovered that I cared A little too much for friends but not enough to share What if it was you? You that I needed all along I felt like a fool Now that I'm sure that I was wrong It had to be you. It had to be you. It had to be you. I knew it was you.
Written by: JESSE MACK JOHNSON, JOSHUA ALLEN CAIN, JUSTIN COURTNEY PIERRE, MATTHEW SCOTT TAYLOR, TONY RICHARD THAXTON
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