Happy Hour
Lyrics Cheryl

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Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, yeah, yeah

How can I know what you need if you never ask
How can I drive you crazy when I've got no gas
How could we be together when we're so far apart
You tell me that you love me then you go and break my heart

[Pre-chorus]
I'll admit that I've got problems, if
You say that you will help me solve them, yes
I realise some days I can be sweet and some I'm sour
But I can't help but drink you up, cause you're my happy hour

[Chorus]
Just because
I'm never happy when I'm sobered up
I'm only good if I can have a cup
Some days I'm sweet and some I'm sour
But I can't help but drink you up cause you're my happy hour
Only when
You go away and I can't get my fix
I'm only good if I can have a sip
Some days I'm sweet and some I'm sour
But I can't help but drink you up cause you're my happy hour

Why should I be your woman when you've got two more
Why should I say that I do when I know you don't
Why should I stay here with you when you are always gone
And why should I be open when you stay so bottled up

[Pre-chorus]

[Chorus]

You were all I ever needed
You were all I ever had
You were all I ever wanted
But you were makin' me bad

You're my happy hour
Sometimes I'm sweet, sometimes I'm sour, yeah
Oh

[Chorus]

Just because
I'm never happy when
I'm sobered up and I'm only good if
I'm with you
Some days I'm sweet and some I'm sour
But I can't help but drink you up cause you're my happy hour
Just because
I'm never happy when
I'm sobered up and I'm only good if
I'm with you
Some days I'm sweet and some I'm sour
But I can't help but drink you up cause you're my happy hour

Song facts

Cole said that she listened to the demo of "Happy Hour", initially titled "Sweet and Sour", on repeat because she enjoyed the song so much. She further noted that the song, produced by Soulshock & Karlin, had a "60s sound" and was "one of those tracks that you either really love or you don't get it." It interpolates elements of Renaldo Domino's "Nevermore", written by Richard Pegue.

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