Verse 1

You and I, we just don't belong,

Not even in a country song,

I never thought I'd write one about us,

Told them they're looking through rose-tinted glass,

Swore there's nothing, it's all in their own brains.

So how did I find myself here again?

Chorus

Must be something roofied into the night.

Must be the way the dimming street lights

Are making the pavement seem bewitched.

We sit there together, but I take flight,

Whiplash my heart now, cause I just might

Give in to the part of it that twitched.

Verse 2

Must be their words getting to me.

I'm not blind, it's they who don't see,

What they think is the needle in the stack of hay,

Is just us, but in a platonic way.

That's all we are, good friends, sharing our pain,

So why did I start feeling this way then?

Chorus

Must be something roofied into the night.

Must be the way the dimming street lights

Are making the pavement seem bewitched.

We sit there together, but I take flight,

Whiplash my heart now, cause I just might

Give in to the part of it that twitched.

Bridge

Something inside me switched.

It's just you, and we've done this a hundred times before,

You've told me about her, I've told you I can't live without him anymore.

All of that can't be a lie.

But I'm feeling something, why?

Chorus

Must be something roofied into the night.

Must be the way the dimming street lights

Are making the pavement seem bewitched.

We sit there together, but I take flight,

Whiplash my heart now, cause I just might

Give in to the part of it that twitched.