Sabrina Carpenter - decode Lyrics

decode Lyrics by Sabrina Carpenter is a New English song from the album "emails i can't send" sung by popular singer Sabrina Carpenter. Lyrics of this song are written by Sabrina Carpenter and music produced by John Ryan.

decode Lyrics

You're good at the falling, not the staying there
You're good at the giving too much then getting scared
You're good at impersonating someone who cares
And you had me for a minute there

But now I
Wonder why
I let your confusion keep me up at night?
I'm so tired
Re-read every single undertone and I

Over analyzed it
Full pack came inside it
Where else can we go?
There's nothing left hеre to decode
Don't look еmphasizin'
Capture the silence
It's gettin' old
There's nothing left here to decode
Mm-hmm, mm-hmm, mm-mm

There's a weight off my shoulders now that I don't chase you
Bein' myself did that emasculate you?
Learnin' from you that I can walk away too
And you had for a minute too

But now I
Wonder why
I let your indecision keep me up at night?
I'm so tired
Unpacked every single word you wrote and I

Over analyzed it
Full pack came inside it
Where else can we go?
There's nothing left here to decode
Don't look emphasizin'
The gaps and the silence
It's gettin' old
There's nothing left here to decode
Mm-hmm, mm-hmm, mm-mm
There's nothing left here to decode
Mm-hmm, mm-hmm, mm-mm

But now I
Wonder why
I let your confusion keep me up at night?
I'm so tired
Re-read every single undertone and I

Over analyzed it
Full pack came inside it
Where else can we go?
There's nothing left here to decode
Don't look emphasizin'
The gaps and the silence
It's gettin' old
There's nothing left here to decode
There's nothing, there's nothing
Mm-hmm, mm-hmm, mm-mm
There's nothing left here to decode
There's nothing, there's nothing
Oh-oh, oh-oh, mm-mm, mm-mm
There's nothing left here to decode

Song Details
Singer : Sabrina Carpenter
Album : emails i can't send
Lyrics : Sabrina Carpenter, Julia Michaels, 
                JP Saxe
Music : John Ryan

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