I put a bullet in my radio Something just hit me funny I don't know Just pulled the trigger going down the road
You slammed the door and knocked me off the wire Been walking lines and you've been burning tires Slow and uneasy ain't that what you like
It's insane It's in vain You stay to maintain the pain
I hear your name and man it burns a hole I swear I hate you but I can't let go The kind of damage that you can't console
It's all in vain It's all insane I swear you'll stay I swear you'll stay to maintain the pain
It's all in vain (I hear your name and man it burns a hole) It's all insane (I swear I hate you but I can't let go) I swear you'll stay (The kind of damage that you can't console) I swear you'll stay to maintain the pain Maintain the pain
Writer/s: MIRANDA LAMBERT
Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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Theresa from Murfreesboro, TnMy favorite song on Revolution, I live and breathe this song - very intense!
Samantha from Smyrna, Tajikistanto me this song is all about trying to move past someone who has repeatedly hurt you time and time again..like where she says " i hear your name and man it burns a hole- i swear i hate you but i can't let go- the kinda damage that you cant console"..to me- she loves this person but in a love/hate type of way..all he wants to do is cause conflict and she cant move on.
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