Tastes Like You Lyrics By Ellie Goulding

Tastes Like You Lyrics By Ellie Goulding

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I don’t wanna be floating
Like a Polaroid in your mind
I don’t want to be calling, no, no
Just to know that you’re doing fine

‘Cause I’m over your touch
But I know it’s never enough
I let go but I still got caught up
This drink will always be bittersweet

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So I’m gonna raise one more glass to the times that we had
I know that we’re both happier, it’s true
But the heartache still tastes like you

No, I’m not sad that there’s no going back
We might not have each other left to lose
But the heartache still tastes like you

Always had to be someone else
Be my own medicine for the pain
I’ll never know what you never felt
Back then, baby
I think it’s better off that way

‘Cause I’m over your touch
But I know it’s never enough
I let go but I still got caught up
This drink will always be bittersweet

So I’m gonna raise one more glass to the times that we had
I know that we’re both happier, it’s true
But the heartache still tastes like you

No, I’m not sad that there’s no going back
We might not have each other left to lose
But the heartache still tastes like you
The heartache still tastes like you

Every little thing I do
Everything I thought I knew, I knew, oh
Every song sounds like you
Everything tastes like you, like you, oh
Every little thing I do
Everything I thought I knew, I knew, oh
Doesn’t matter what I do
The heartache still tastes like you

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So I’m gonna raise one more glass to the times that we had
I know that we’re both happier, it’s true
But the heartache still tastes like you

No, I’m not sad that there’s no going back
We might not have each other left to lose
But the heartache still tastes like you (Like you)
Still tastes like you, still tastes like you
The heartache still tastes like you

Every little thing I do
Everything I thought I knew, I knew, oh
Doesn’t matter what I do
The heartache still tastes like you

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