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Broken

Broken

Isak Danielson

Album: Yours

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Broken

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Lyrics Details

  • Price: $1.29
  • Release Date: 4/13/2018
  • Genre: Vocal
  • Country: USA
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
Do you need, do you need someone?
Are you scared of what's to come?
If you leave then who will the next one be?
Will he do the same or will he let you see?

You don't have to hurt
You don't have to hurt anymore
With a little time take a look and find what you're searching for

You are broken on the floor
And you're crying, crying
He has done this all before
But you're lying, lying
To yourself that he'll find help
That he will change to someone else
But you're broken on the floor
Still asking him for more

Will you leave or will you carry on?
Is your love from before still strong?
If you leave will you keep the memory
That made the night so long, the cut so deep?

But you don't have to hurt
You don't have to hurt anymore
With a little time take a look and find what you're searching for

You are broken on the floor
And you're crying, crying
He has done this all before
But you're lying, lying
To yourself that he'll find help
That he will change to someone else
But you're broken on the floor
Still asking him for more

(Ooh-ooh ooh, Ooh-ooh ooh, Ooh-ooh ooh)
Asking him for more
(Ooh-ooh ooh, Ooh-ooh ooh, Ooh-ooh ooh)
Asking him for more

You are broken on the floor
And you're crying, crying
He has done this all before
But you're lying, lying
To yourself that he'll find help
That he will change to someone else
But you're broken on the floor
Still asking him for more

(Ooh-ooh ooh, Ooh-ooh ooh, Ooh-ooh ooh)
Asking him for more
More
Still asking him
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