lovelytheband - maybe, i'm afraid (Official Video)

lovelytheband’s new single "maybe, i'm afraid" by lovelytheband is taken from their debut album, finding it hard to smile, is available everywhere now.

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Credits:
Director: Andrew Sandler
Producer: Marco De Molina
Executive Producer: Frank Borin
Production Manager: Veronica Radaelli
Cinematographer: Damian Horan
Production Designer: José Rojas
Wardrobe, Hair & Makeup: Nikki Parisi
Casting Directors: Sarah-May Levy & Veronika Dash
Editor: Shannon Griffin
Colorist: Arianna Shining Star Pane @ Apache
Rep: Hart Represents / Nicole O’Connell
Production Company: UnderWonder Content

Lyrics:
Dancing in your party dress
You were singing me some Frank Sinatra as you wept
Pull me closer love
It seems like we lost touch so hold me as the record skips

Maybe youre just too good
Maybe I'll run away
Maybe I'm over you
Maybe I shouldn't stay
Maybe I just don't care
Maybe I talk too much
But baby I'll be there
Yeah, baby I'll be there
It's been a little hard
I've been a little tired
But maybe all along
I'm afraid, I'm afraid, I'm afraid
I'm afraid, I'm afraid, I'm afraid

Champagne for dinner
I'm swaying from side to side
Too much to think tonight
She said "I hope that we're worth saving
Sometimes you will hate me, but that's alright"

Maybe You’re just too good
Maybe I'll run away
Maybe I'm over you
Maybe I shouldn't stay
Maybe I just don't care
Maybe I talk too much
But baby I'll be there
Yeah, baby I'll be there
It's been a little hard
I've been a little tired
But maybe all along
I'm afraid, I'm afraid, I'm afraid
I'm afraid, I'm afraid, I'm afraid

Maybe all we are is fools with hearts who tried too hard
And maybe that's just fine as long as you're here in my arms
Dancing in your party dress
You were singing me some Frank Sinatra as you wept

Maybe You’re just too good
Maybe I'll run away
Maybe I'm over you
Maybe I shouldn't stay
Maybe I just don't care
Maybe I talk too much
But baby I'll be there
Yeah, baby I'll be there
It's been a little hard
I've been a little tired
But maybe all along
I'm afraid, I'm afraid, I'm afraid
I'm afraid, I'm afraid, I'm afraid
I'm afraid, I'm afraid, I'm afraid
I'm afraid, I'm afraid, I'm afraid

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