You'd Think I'd Learn by Brandon Lake


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Almond Eyes by Brandon Lake

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You'd Think I'd Learn
by Brandon Lake

Album: Almond Eyes


I still leave my towel on the bedroom floor
I still need to clean that garbage out my car
After all these years you think I'd learn

That I can't fix this house with just a roll of tape
And I can't leave my dishes in the kitchen sink
After all these years you think I'd learn

Stubborn's in my nature
And stubborns hard to break
But you keep giving chances and chances more to change
You get so much less than you deserve
Patience is your virtue
Virtue is your name
Picking up my pieces, healing everything I break
I get so much more than I deserve
After all these years you think I'd, think I'd learn

I need praise for doing even simple things
Like taking out the trash makes me feel like I'm a saint
After all these years you think I'd learn

I still need to hear I love you when you call
My insecurity just hides behind that wall
After all these years you think I'd learn

Stubborn's in my nature
And stubborns hard to break
But you keep giving chances and chances more to change
You get so much less than you deserve
Patience is your virtue
Virtue is your name
Picking up my pieces, healing everything I break
I get so much more than I deserve
After all these years you think I'd, think I'd learn

You think I'd learn
You think I'd learn

Stubborn's in my nature
And stubborns hard to break
But you keep giving chances and chances more to change
You get so much less than you deserve
Patience is your virtue
Virtue is your name
Picking up my pieces, healing everything I break
I get so much more than I deserve
After all these years you think I'd, think I'd learn


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