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The Weeknd – Twenty Eight lyrics

[Verse:]
This house is not a home to you
But you decide to go ahead and lay down, lay down
There are no words to describe the depth of your indifference
Cause I see you’re here to stay
Should of known to pick my fate

Ooh
[Chorus:]
I’m so wrong, I’m so wrong
(To let you in my)
To let you in my home
(Now you know where I sleep)
Now you know where I sleep
(Never felt so damn weak)

[Verse 2:]
Hey there lonely girl
Did you have to tell your friends
About the way I got you screaming my name
Did you have to tell the world
Now your girls all wanna fuck
Girl you could've been the one
Now gotta change my numbers twice a month
When you could have simply kept me on the down low

[Chorus:]

[Verse 3:]
Baby if I knew you'd be living in my sheets
I wouldn't have shown you any love
I would have left you in the club
You said you don't belong
You keep saying there's no one
And there's no where to go
But who keeps calling on your phone?
I'm so wrong, I'm so wrong, I'm so wrong

[Chorus:]
(Oh baby)



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