Some Brutal Love

Album: Some Brutal Love (2017)
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  • You know you've always been so cruel to me
    I guess that's cause you know my tendencies
    Yeah, I'm always insecure
    Feels like I'm underneath
    Do you, do you need me tonight
    Will you, will you push me aside
    Yeah, I've been spoiled rotten
    Yeah, I need some brutal love
    I'm sick cause I need your attention
    I'm whipped, but I already know
    Tough love pushing in the wrong direction
    I'm stuck cause I'm always on your ropes
    You get around, you do it better than me
    You tow the line, you make it so discrete
    Yeah, I'm losing my control
    Like soft money always out of reach
    Do you, do you need me tonight
    Will you, will you push me aside
    Yeah, I've been spoiled rotten
    Yeah, I need some brutal love
    I'm sick cause I need your attention
    I'm whipped, but I already know
    Tough love pushing in the wrong direction
    I'm stuck cause I'm always on your ropes Writer/s: Garrett Hazen, Spencer Alfonso
    Publisher: DistroKid
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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