Bonnie McKee Trouble Lyrics

Artist: Bonnie McKee
Publishers: ©Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, THE BICYCLE MUSIC COMPANY
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Album: Track 1 on Trouble
Length: 4:03

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Ah yes, I remember too well
How hard I tried avoiding your spell
It was a cold October night
It was a far from sober night
And I was taken at first sight
And this was much to your delight

I heard that you were looking for prey
Hungry for a different girl everyday
But you were so sly in coming in
I wouldn't fight, I let you win
Although the blood upon your chin
Told me exactly where you'd been

Trouble, trouble
(Troublemaker)

Who would've thought I'd ever let somebody get to me?
Who would've thought I'd ever give a damn?
(Troublemaker)
I gave to you the one thing that I can never retrieve
And now you're leaving my heart bleeding in my hands

You told me all about your dreams (troublemaker)
You were so "deep", or so it seemed (troublemaker)
Although I'm young, I'm not naive (aah)
I am not easy to deceive

I see the danger that lies behind your eyes
And I want to scream when you're rubbin' on my thighs
Ooh, I know I should, but I can't say no!
Oh, troublemaker gotta let you go

Trouble, trouble
(Troublemaker)

Who would've thought I'd ever let somebody get to me?
Who would've thought I'd ever give a damn?
(Troublemaker)
I gave to you the one thing that I can never retrieve
And now you're leaving my heart bleeding in my hands

And here I thought I knew you well (troublemaker)
I thought you'd catch me if I fell (troublemaker)
But when I fell, you never came (aah)
That's when I knew this was a game

I thought because I'd knew, that I'd won
But honey, that's easier said than done

Cause I lose my breath
When you're kissing on my neck
Boy, you got me in check
But I haven't lost yet!

Trouble, trouble
Trouble

Troublemaker, troublemaker
Don't you bring it 'round, don't you bring it 'round
Don't you bring it 'round here, no, no

Trouble, trouble
Trouble
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