Brutal Hearts

Album: Light The Horizon (2010)
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  • Are you the Brutal Heart
    Are you the Brutal Heart that I've been looking for
    Cause if you're looking for love, you can look for that door
    Hearts
    Hearts that break the night in two
    And arms that can't hold you that true

    So use me
    So use me

    I don't mind at all
    I don't mind that you only call me when you want
    And I'm just glad you want me at all
    Hearts
    And hearts that break the night in two
    And arms that can't hold you that true

    So use me

    So use me

    So are we Brutal Hearts
    Are we Brutal Hearts that break the nigh in two
    Because I just want this night with you

    Well I don't like the man
    I don't like the man that I am
    I just want this night with you
    Well then lets take this night from black to blue
    Well then lets take this night from black to blue

    So use me
    So use me Writer/s: EON SINCLAIR, JAY MALINOWSKI, SEKOU LUMUMBA
    Publisher: THIRD SIDE MUSIC INC.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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