Ex

Lyrics: 

Ex, Ex (repeat 4x)

 

Saturday night and the streets are filling up

Saturday night and my mates are calling up

Wondering where I've been, where I've been

If I'm ever coming out again, out again

 

Guess I don't see the harm in just a couple drinks

Guess I don't see the harm in having two or three

Probably do me good, do me good

Cause I think of you more than I should, than I should

 

They think they're trying to help introducing me to someone else

I play along cause I haven't got the heart to tell em

 

That if I dance with somebody

I might want somebody else

And if I want somebody

I might fall in love and forget what it was to be

Wrapped in your arms so tightly

To be your man so tonight I'll be

Dancing alone cause I'm afraid if I forget then you'll just become an Ex

 

Ex, Ex

Just another Ex

Ex, Ex

Just become an Ex

 

Now I remember why this was a bad idea

Now I remember even less than when we got here

Memories, memories

I feel you slipping away from me, away from me

 

I almost wish they'd play the song we used to sing

I almost bought some other girl your favourite drink

Had to stop myself, stop myself

Had to drink the lemon drop myself, drop myself

 

They think they're trying to help introducing me to someone else

I play along cause I haven't got the heart to tell em

 

That if I dance with somebody

I might want somebody else

And if I want somebody

I might fall in love and forget what it was to be

Wrapped in your arms so tightly

To be your man so tonight I'll be

Dancing alone cause I'm afraid if I forget then you'll just become an Ex

 

Ex, Ex

Just another Ex

Ex, Ex

Just become an Ex

Ex, Ex

Just another Ex

Ex, Ex

Just become an Ex

 

If I dance with somebody

I might want somebody else

And if I want somebody

I might fall in love and forget what it was to be

Wrapped in your arms so tightly

To be your man so tonight I'll be

Dancing alone cause I'm afraid if I forget then you'll just become an Ex

 

Ex, Ex

Just another Ex

Ex, Ex

Just become an Ex

Ex, Ex

Just another Ex

Ex, Ex

Just become an Ex

 

Written by James Taylor-Watts and Nolan Sipe