"Cold Hearted" as written by and Nic Cowen Zachry Brown....
Fell to my knees with a knife in my back,
Never thought you'd be the kind to do something like that,
But you did
Cold hearted

You talked so sweet, and your smell it made me weak,
And I fell so fast that I never thought to ask
If you were
Cold hearted

An eye for an eye, tooth for a tooth
I want someone to hurt you, make you die the way I do
I don't think I could be so
Cold hearted

Pretty little words covered your dark and crooked heart
With a forked tongue I fell in love,
Then I fell apart
You are so
Cold hearted

Eye for an eye, tooth for a tooth
I want someone to hurt you, make you die the way I do
I don't think that I could be so
Cold hearted

An eye for an eye, tooth for a tooth
I want someone to hurt you, make you die the way I do
I don't think that I could be so
Cold hearted


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"Cold Hearted" as written by Zachry Brown Nic Cowen

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    My Interpretation This song has a pretty obvious meaning. It's about a guy that fell in love with a girl who never truly had feelings for him. He had to find this out the hard way and he's kicking himself for not noticing any signs that she didn't really love him. That's where the line "I fell so fast that I never thought to ask if you were cold hearted."
    In the chorus he's saying that he wants someone to be as cruel to her and she was to him, but he knows he doesn't really want that to happen because he still loves her and knows how it horrible it feels.
    My favorite line is "pretty little words covered your dark and crooked heart, with a forked tongue I fell in love and then I fell apart." Here he is saying that everything she said to him was 100% believable. He can't believe that it was all a lie and it's tearing him apart.
    Taylivon October 28, 2013   Link

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