Duct Tape Heart

Album: Silverball (2015)
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  • It was in pieces 'til this adhesive
    Stuck it together, now it beats again
    It's working alright, and it looks tight
    A little miracle I'd recommend

    I could use another roll, another roll
    I could use another roll right now

    Stop messing with my duct tape heart
    Your best won't make it fall apart
    Because I'll always have enough, enough
    For when I gotta tape it up, it up
    Stop messing with my duct tape heart
    'Cause no one's ever gonna tear that thing apart

    A million uses, you know the truth is
    There isn't any heart that it can't fix
    When you went through one, just make a new one
    And make a wallet out of extra bits

    I could use another roll, another roll
    I could use another roll right now

    Stop messing with my duct tape heart
    Your best won't make it fall apart
    Because I'll always have enough, enough
    For when I gotta tape it up, it up
    Stop messing with my duct tape heart
    'Cause no one's ever gonna tear that thing apart

    Polyethylene gold, pressure-sensitive tape
    It's tried, it's true, nothing it can't do
    Fixed the Fender on the rover that was left on the moon
    It's good enough for you

    Stop messing with my duct tape heart
    Your best won't make it fall apart
    Because I'll always have enough, enough
    For when I gotta tape it up, it up
    Stop messing with my duct tape heart
    Your best won't make it fall apart
    Because I'll always have enough, enough
    For when I gotta tape it up, it up
    Stop messing with my duct tape heart
    You know you never ganna tear that thing apart Writer/s: ED ROBERTSON, KEVIN GRIFFIN
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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