"The Man Who Breaks Things (Dark Shuffle)" as written by and Elizabeth Powell....
he said son turn it down
is it time it's about, I hardly disbelieve
and then watch the sad stroke in a crowd in the smoke
they gave you twenty-three

breath paid in heartache
was barely withdrawn in
'cause I made up my misses
and you'll always be the man who breaks things

since when did the soul of the song
(?)
...this silent world?
'til they make dirty friends for the sake of (???)

breath paid in heartache
was barely withdrawn in
and I made up my misses
but you'll always be the man who breaks things


Lyrics submitted by royalfowey, edited by wolvesinwisconsin

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