"Lay Your Heartbreak" as written by and Philip B Price....
lay your broken body down
lay your heartbreak
everything is gonna change
everything is wrong

wrong people are being loved
wrong ones dying
wrong ones always take control
have you heard from her today?

you could make me feel so good
if you’d come here and cry
you’d make me feel so good
if you’d come here and cry
you’d make me feel so good

she may never take the cure
she’s been through that
she would rather not be pure
than to be alone

lay your broken body down
let your heart break
everything is in a code
language sleeping like a stone

you could make me feel so good
if you’d come here and cry
you’d make me feel so good
if you’d come here and cry
you’d make me feel so good


Lyrics submitted by prayingmantis84

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    General CommentCan't believe this one doesn't have any comments. I guess the meaning is pretty obvious, but I just have to applaud the execution. Everything about this song is so achingly melancholy—the singer desperate for any sort of connection with the woman, even the sort most people would consider negative (being subjected to someone's grief/sadness). Perfection.
    harukion November 20, 2008   Link

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