song by Amy Shark
Amy Shark lyrics

I grew up in a small house, near a cemetery
Could hear them howl as they lower the ones they love in the ground
I pulled out my old baby teeth,
The pain never seemed to bother me
I made friends with the kids down the street
I better go, it's getting late
I've been outside all day
I'ma walk home, work out what I'll say

And I still lose it every now and then
In an interview, or a photoshoot
I could be halfway through a show and it all comes creeping in
And I've sacrificed all my friends, birthdays, weddings, everything
And it's heartbreaking, but this is my dream
And I did it without a phone call or a Christmas card,
You have no heart
This is my way of saying don't start

And you should see the shows I play
and hear them sing the words I say
I wonder sometimes if you ae in the crowd
Cause I needed help, I needed love, I need care, I needed a hug
I needed praise, I needed time with you
And it plays on my mind all the time, all the time
I wanna love you but I need you to try

And I still lose it every now and then
In an interview, or a photoshoot
I could be halfway through a show and it all comes creeping in
And I've sacrificed all my friends, birthdays, weddings, everything
And it's heartbreaking, but this is my dream
And I did it without a phone call or a Christmas card,
You have no heart
This is my way of saying don't start
Don't start now I'm winning
And finally happy
Don't start now I've done all the years of hard work