"Brutal" as written by and Stephen Paul David/hook Morris....
Brutal
Sometimes I feel that you're a part of me,
Although it don't seem real it's how I want it to be
But if you can't stay, then I'll understand
You're just sawdust in my empty hand
If you can't decide I'll still be true
Just open wide, I'm here for you

And if you think that you've found a gentle sound,
Where love breaks down; It's alright.
And if you can't overcome what get's you down,
Don't get uptight, It's alright.

I'm a shallow man in an hollow land
On a beaten track under your command
And the sound in my head goes round and round
Like a drunk on the stairs who just fell down
But now it seems like a distant dream
When it all lived long
Wrong with our love supreme
And the sound in my head goes round and round
Like a drunk on the stairs who just fell down

And if you think that you've found a gentle sound,
Where love breaks down; It's alright.
And if you can't overcome what get's you down,
Don't get uptight; It's alright.
It's alright.

the sound in my head goes round and round
Like a drunk on the stairs who just fell down

And if you think that you've found a gentle sound,
Where love breaks down; It's alright.
And if you can't overcome what get's you down,
Don't get uptight; It's alright.
It's alright.


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"Brutal" as written by Peter Hook Stephen Morris

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    General Commentwow nobody has commented this song.

    it is off the beach soundtrack, & i suppose a general hymn to taking things as they are, letting the present wash over one, etc. or not. its a good song.
    laura_laurenton October 02, 2007   Link
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    My InterpretationThe description of (forced) sex from a rather brutal guy's view?
    thinkpadon June 10, 2014   Link

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