I Wish I Could Break Your Heart

Album: Frame By Frame (2013)
  • I wish I could break your heart
    I wish I could bring you down
    Just for a second, teach you a lesson about being alone in the dark
    I wish I could make you cry
    So hard you can barely breath
    And maybe you just might know what it feels like
    Oh to be me

    Well the truth is that I never ever wanna hurt you baby
    But it'd be nice to know that I could
    Be strong enough to pull you under, throw you back a little under thunder
    Even though I never would
    I wish I could break, I wish I could break your heart

    I wish I could crush your dreams
    I wish I could turn back time
    Boy I'd lead you on light the fuse, drop the bomb
    Just so I'd be the first to leave

    Well the truth is that I never ever wanna hurt you baby
    But it'd be nice to know that I could
    Be strong enough to pull you under, throw you back a little under thunder
    Even though I never would
    I wish I could break, I wish I could break your heart

    I wish I could break your heart
    I wish I could make you cry
    I wish I could turn back time

    Well the truth is that I never ever wanna hurt you baby
    But it'd be nice to know that I could
    Be strong enough to pull you under, throw you back a little under thunder
    Even though I never would
    I wish I could break, I wish I could break your heart

    I wish I could break your heart
    I wish I could break your heart Writer/s: GORDIE SAMPSON, JON GREEN, ASHLEY MONROE
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management, ME GUSTA MUSIC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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