"Break" as written by and Joshua Gragg Robert Mccutcheon....
Woman, won't you do a little dance for me?
I've been working 9 to 5 just left my old lady
And when the evening comes I know where I wanna be
But in the daylight hours you can't be seen with me

You break when you're taking
And you take like there's nothing worth believing in
You just break, you breaking even
You just take your heart's coal black, you don't look back, no

Woman, won't you say a little prayer for me?
Come on shake your hips for a while, give your love to me
'Cause when the evening comes I know where I wanna be
But in the daylight hours, you can't be seen with me

You break when you're taking
And you take like there's nothing worth believing in
You break, you breaking even
You just take your heart's coal black, you don't look back, no

Stay with me
Through the night, 'til the morning light
Stay with me
When the light of my days has past me away

Come on, you break when you're taking
And you take like there's nothing worth believing in
You break, you breaking even
You just take your heart's coal black, you don't look back



Lyrics submitted by shund

"Break" as written by Christopher Alexander Knox

Lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC

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