Ex Girlfriend Syndrome (Charlotte Sometimes)

I opened the door to your head Tried going quietly But the door slammed instead I yelled, why'd I even come here? But still I stayed for a while Looked in every drawer that I could find Saw your calender on the floor You're not very organized, are you? I said to myself, I said to myself You should go, you should leave Won't stop pulling on my sleeve But I stood there, I stood there With a note from my head Opposite of what my heart said Oh, I should not be here you know I should not be here you know I should not be here you know I should not be here you know I should not be here you know I should not be here you know I should not be here you know I went through all your dirty laundry Even all your smelly socks I wonder where, where those even came from I saw everything you had lying around From your deck of cards to the Way you feel about me just lying on the ground I said to myself, I said to myself You should go, you should leave Won't stop pulling on my sleeve But I stood there, I stood there With a note from my head Opposite of what my heart said Oh, I should not be here you know I should not be here you know I should not be here you know I should not be here you know I should not be here you know I should not be here you know I should not be here you know I said to myself, I said to myself You should go, you should leave Won't stop pulling on my sleeve But I stood there, I stood there With a note from my head Opposite of what my heart said Oh, I should not be here you know I should not be here you know I should not be here you know I should not be here you know I should not be here you know I should not be here you know I should not be here you know Oh, I should not be here you know I should not be here you know I should not be here you know I should not be here you know I should not be here you know I should not be here you know I should not be here you know