Broken Record

Album: not on an album (2017)
  • Love,
    You being so cold in love
    I be like a broken record
    Everybody spoken enough,
    Don’t you miss your man in enough
    I be like so young and tough
    I be like so taut inside
    I be just on fire inside
    Baby please don’t go

    I will be your broken record
    Wont you be my, broken record

    Love I’m being so god and tough
    I be like so dumb and stuff
    You be like choking on muff
    I’m the insult - your man ender
    I, being so hard in love
    Play me like a broken record
    You be like oh God enough
    Don’t Go

    I will be your broken record
    Wont you be my, broken record

    Love,
    You being so cold in love
    I be like a broken record
    Everybody spoken enough,
    You just missed your man in love
    I be like so young and tough
    I be like so taut inside
    I be just on fire inside
    Baby please don’t go

    I will be your broken record
    Wont you be my broken record
    I will be your broken record
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