“The Mess I Made”

Should’ve kissed you there
I should’ve held your face
I should’ve watched those eyes
Instead of run in place
I should’ve called you out
I should’ve said your name
I should’ve turned around
I should’ve looked again

But oh, I’m staring at the mess I made
I ‘m staring at the mess I made
I ‘m staring at the mess I made
As you turn, you take your heart and walk away

Should’ve held my ground
I could’ve been redeemed
For every second chance
That changed its mind on me
I should’ve spoken up
I should’ve proudly claimed
That oh my head’s to blame
For all my heart’s mistakes

But oh, I’m staring at the mess I made
I ‘m staring at the mess I made
I ‘m staring at the mess I made
As you turn, you take your heart and walk away

And it’s you, and it’s you
And it’s you, and it’s you
And it’s falling down, as you walk away
And it’s on me now, as you go

But oh, I’m staring at the mess I made
I ‘m staring at the mess I made
I ‘m staring at the mess I made
As you turn, you take your heart and walk away

And it’s falling down, as you walk away
And it’s on me now, as you go

But oh, I’m staring at the mess I made
I ‘m staring at the mess I made
I ‘m staring at the mess I made
As you turn, you take your heart and walk away

by Parachute

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Quoting your voice in “Let’s Learn English”

…the word “Should” or “Shall” (present form) means:

– Used to indicate obligation, duty, or correctness, typically when criticizing someone’s actions. Example: You shouldn’t have gone.

Indicating a desirable or expected state. Example: By now pupils should be able to read with a large degree of independence.

– Used to give or ask advice or suggestions. Example: You should go back to bed.

– Used to give advice. Example: I should hold out if I were you.

Used to indicate what is probable. Example: The bus should arrive in a few minutes.

– Formal expressing the conditional mood (in the first person) indicating the consequence of an imagined event. Example: If I were to obey my first impulse, I should spend my days writing letters.

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