Bea Miller – Wisdom Teeth


If you were to ask my mother, she’d tell you this
When I was a little bit younger, still innocent
She came to my dance recital that I wasn’t in
‘Cause I spent the whole time staring at myself in the mirror

And oh, I dunno, I dunno
How to get her back, I dunno
Where’d she go? Where’d she go, go?

Why am I so stupid? Used to be so smart
When they pulled my teeth out, lost the wisest part
I used to be so happy no matter what happened to me
But when they pulled my teeth out, lost the wisest part

And now that I’m a little bit older, a whole 19 years
Everybody drowns their problems in Xanax and beer
I’m buying all the presents on Christmas but my tree is clear
And now underneath it’s hard for me to look in the mirror

And oh, I dunno, I dunno
How to get her back, I dunno
Where’d she go? Where’d she go, go?

Why am I so stupid? Used to be so smart
When they pulled my teeth out, lost the wisest part
I used to be so happy no matter what happened to me
But when they pulled my teeth out, lost the wisest part

Out, lost the wisest part
Out, lost the wisest part
Out, lost the wisest part
(Lost the wisest part)

Why am I so stupid? Used to be so smart
When they pulled my teeth out, lost the wisest part
I used to be so happy no matter what happened to me
But when they pulled my teeth out, lost the wisest part

Out, lost the wisest part
Out, lost the wisest part
Out, lost the wisest part


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