"To Fix The Gash In Your Head" as written by and Oliver Edward Ackerman....
I want to beat you up
I don't care, cause I won't feel sorry
I want to take you down
I know that you will see in glory

I want to beat you in
I'll make you feel my sorrow
I want to take you out
I'll come find you tomorrow

Every time you leave
I go down
I'll just wait for you to turn around
And kick your head in

I want you to let it drop
I don't care, 'cause I won't feel sorry
I want to mess you up
Keep on spending time with glory

I want to beat you up
You make me feel so hollow
I want to take you down
Every word you said you said you'll swallow

Every time you leave
Well I go down
I'll just have to wait till you turn around
And kick your head in

I want to beat you up
I don't care, 'cause I won't feel sorry
I want to take you down
I know that you will see in glory

I want to beat you in
I'll make you feel my sorrow
I want to take you out
I'll come find you tomorrow

Every time you leave
I go down
I'll just wait till you turn around
And kick your face in

To fix the gash in your head
To fix the gash in your head
To fix the gash in your head
To fix the gash in your head
To fix the gash in your head
To fix the gash in your head
To fix the gash in your head
To fix the gash in your head


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"To Fix the Gash in Your Head" as written by Oliver Ackermann

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    General CommentI love this song, and the emotion that it puts off.
    In my opinion I think Oliver (guitar/vox) wrote this at a time when everything was just picking up and getting better until his g/f (wife, etc.) left.

    "Every time you leave (that random her...obvious)
    I go down (in self-esteem, emotion)
    I'll just wait for you to turn around (in regret of leaving)
    And kick your head in (for putting him through all the emotions of a break up, all to just come back)"

    As where "To fix the gash in your head" is another way of saying 'get your head on straight', or as if there is something wrong with the person for the fact that they keep leaving when all that's going wrong is self-doubt(?) within themselves.
    Zion_Morningstaron June 09, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI agree with what you said. I hadn't been sure of what to make of the "to fix the gash in your head," but I can definitely see it that way.

    I'm definitely reminded of that feeling when someone leaves you, that combination vulnerability and hurt, mixed with wanting to lash out at him/her for making you feel the way you do. "Every time you leave/I go down" ... the hurt, "... and kick your head in" ... turned into anger, wanting to make the other hurt the way you do, and then all of that mixed with that sort of numb, "I'm going to ignore my feelings, I don't care about you, I'm happy" sort of gleefully angry fuck you emotion, if that makes any sense at all. Ha, I'm horrible at translating my thoughts into words...
    thiswasntmeantformeon June 15, 2008   Link

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