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[Verse 1]
We broke up a month ago
Your friends are mine, you know, I know
You’ve moved on, found someone new
One more girl who brings out the better in you
And I thought my heart was detached
From all the sunlight of our past
But she’s so sweet, she’s so pretty
Does she mean you forgot about me?

[Chorus]
Oh, I hope you’re happy
But not like how you were with me
I’m selfish, I know, I can’t let you go
So find someone great, but don’t find no one better
I hope you’re happy, but don’t be happier

[Verse 2]
And do you tell her she’s the most beautiful girl you’ve ever seen?
An eternal love bullshit you know you’ll never mean
Remember when I believed
You meant it when you said it first to me?
And now I’m pickin’ her apart
Like cuttin’ her down will make you miss my wretched heart
But she’s beautiful, she looks kind
She probably gives you butterflies
In an interview with Billboard, producer Dan Nigro revealed that his first introduction to Olivia was seeing the demo version of “happier” that she posted on Instagram:I just got the chills and I was like, ‘Oh my God, her voice is insane.’ I literally DM’d her that second and was like, ‘Hey, I think you’re amazing. We should make music.’GUYS SHE’S GONNA RELEASE ITi really hope that she releases thisI just hope the whole album isn’t about josh and sabrina because honestly I just want her to move on, I love liv but I don’t wanna keep seeing her sad and I just hope she recovers and finds someone who will treat her right:( yk?I feel like this song is a less dramatic version of ‘Cry for me’The album is gonna debut at number 1. Mark my words.“happier” is an song by Olivia Rodrigo. She first teased it on Instagram on January 13, 2020, by posting an acoustic snippet with the caption: “she do be writing doe. ‘happier’ by me!”According to The Guardian, the piano-led album version of the song sees “the verses spill over beautifully [while] the chorus awkwardly, earnestly strains its crescendo, showing the effort of her beneficence.”

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