Beautiful Broken

Album: Beautiful Broken (2016)
  • She's a big star
    And she's burning bright
    Losing her religion each and every night
    She's the real thing
    And she'll tell you so
    And lots of other things you don't want to know
    (Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh)

    Such a drama queen
    A hot mess
    Underneath her temper, underneath her dress
    Like a raw flame, she got a secret mind
    Getting your attention each and every time
    (Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh)

    Beautiful broken
    Beautiful broken

    Na-na-na-na-na, yeah-yeah
    Yeah
    She's beautiful and broken
    Just like you and me
    Just like you and me, oh

    Such a naughty girl
    Throws her body down
    Screaming for her daddy but he's not around
    Absolution, just a shot away
    She don't know she gotta pay to play
    (Oh, oh, oh)
    Beautiful broken
    Beautiful broken
    Beautiful broken
    Beautiful broken
    She's broken
    Oh, beautiful broken
    Beautiful broken Writer/s: NANCY LAMOUREAUX WILSON, ANN WILSON DUSTIN, BENJAMIN MINK
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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