"Hammer Head" as written by and Cathy Davey....
You have the same stubbornness as a hammerhead
Don't need to get into it
When every which way is wrong
And every right is your own
And everything is either black or white
But even I know the in-betweens and outs
My lowly brain can comprehend
But if it's simple you want
Then don't go looking for love
It'll complicate you in the end

I may be hollow, but I've had my fill
A vital love I wasn't afraid to spill
And in the morning when I'm hollow still
There wont be any room for us

I had the same stubbornness as my rival
Wouldn't even compromise
When it was it was too even steven
Didn't want to be eating
Such a big piece of the humble pie
It was a hard lesson to learn then
But I wont go do that again
No if its easy I want
I wont go dishing at love
Like its something I've got plenty of

I may be hollow, but I've had my fill
Of vital love I wasn't afraid to spill
And in the morning when I'm hollower still
There won't be any room for us

I have the same attitude as my mother
And I think I'll see it out alone
It may be sweet to share a bed
But when you're fucking with my head
This stopping pit is now a no-go zone

I wanna love you, but it got too much
You have to build it out of stronger stuff
We might have something but it's not enough
And there isnt room for us


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"Hammerhead" as written by Cathy Davey

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