"Bitter Heart" as written by Ricky Dene Gervais and William Andrew Macrae....
You're losing out, now
You scowl and shout
Irrational accusations as I turn my head
Your threats and trials
My carven smiles
Revolts you in your torturous insecurities
With pleasured last goodbyes, I break the noise,
and we silently fly apart
I'll end the angered cries and the twisted joys
that rage in a bitter heart
Go on, hit me, do
I won't hit you
You'd love that too much, 'cause it means that they'd all hear
Tell them you're free and
Tell lies of me
I'm out of range now, so there's nothing more to fear
With pleasured last goodbyes, I break the noise,
and we silently fly apart
I'll end the angered cries and the twisted joys
that rage in a bitter heart
With pleasured last goodbyes, I break the noise,
and we silently fly apart
I'll end the angered cries and the twisted joys
that rage in a bitter heart


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    General CommentWhat an awsome song!
    I love this part:

    "With pleasured last goodbyes, I break the noise,
    and we silently fly apart
    I'll end the angered cries and the twisted joys
    that rage in a bitter heart"

    Ricky Gervais should put out an album.
    IMO he's a very talented songwriter.
    Tyler2004durdenon June 05, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI think this song is about a relationship gone wrong, that the woman is untrusting of the man and is accusing him of cheating. Leading to them breaking up and she's still bitter at him so to speak. Unaccepting blame but he forgives her bitter heart.
    DenzelForevaron January 24, 2017   Link

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