Saddest Vanilla

- Jess Glynne, Emeli Sandé
Released: N/A Genres: Pop
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Lyric "Saddest Vanilla"
You're giving me right, You're giving me wrong
You're selling me something that I'll never own
You're giving me hope, You're leaving me cold
You're telling me nothing, I don't already know
You told me gamble, and told me we'd win
So I took all I had, and I put in to win
My heart is here freezing, as my tears fill my bowl
And I finally tasting alone

This is the saddest vanilla that I've ever tasted
The saddest vanilla and I don't wanna waste it
Sat at an ice cream parlour
You went and broke my heart yeah
Now I'm the saddest vanilla

[Emeli Sande:]
You're giving me light, you're giving me dark
You told me the ending, right at the start
You're giving me something I shouldn't get used to
You're giving me blackout, you're giving me see-through
You tease me with heaven, you're giving me hell
You started running the moment I fell
My heart is here freezing
As my tears fill the bowl
And I'm finally tasting alone

This is the saddest vanilla that I've ever tasted
The saddest vanilla but I don't wanna waste it
Sat at an ice cream parlour
You went and broke my heart yeah
Now I'm the saddest vanilla

Silly me, Silly we
I thought you could be gentle
Wrapping round, round and down
You're fucking with my mental
I used to love the taste of it
Until you went and poisoned it
And now

This is the saddest vanilla that I've ever tasted
The saddest vanilla but I don't wanna waste it
Sat at an ice cream parlour
You went and broke my heart yeah
Now I'm the saddest vanilla
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Jess Glynne

Jess Glynne

Jessica Hannah "Jess" Glynne (born 20 October 1989) is an English singer and songwriter, signed to Atlantic Records.[2] She rose to prominence as a featured artist on Clean Bandit's Grammy Award winning single "Rather Be" and Route 94's "My Love", both of which reached number one on the UK Singles Chart in 2014. Her debut solo single, "Right Here", reached the top ten the same year.