Stone Me

Album: That's How Rumors Get Started (2020)
  • Everybody wants to live in a glass house
    I'd rather stay home 'cause when I go out
    I wish I never did
    Take me back home, when I was a kid

    Sobriety is a hell of a drug
    They say you only fight with the people you love
    But I won't forget what it's like to be poor
    I could be there again, baby that's for sure

    Love me, hate me
    Desecrate me
    Call me a bitch
    Then call me baby
    You don't know me
    You don't own me
    Yeah that's no way
    To stone me
    Yeah that's no way
    To stone me

    You can pick a side but both are wrong
    You can fight the good fight but you're on your own
    I used to feel loved but now I feel used
    Almost went broke just from paying dues

    Through the mud and rain you can drag my name
    You can say I've spent my life in vain
    But I won't be ashamed of what I am
    For your judgement day I don't give a damn

    Love me, hate me
    Desecrate me
    Call me a bitch
    Then call me baby
    You don't know me
    You don't own me
    Yeah that's no way
    To stone me
    Yeah that's no way
    To stone me
    Yeah that's no way
    To stone me
    Yeah that's no way
    To stone me Writer/s: Margo Price, Jeremy Ivey
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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