"Sink Like a Stone" as written by William Topley, Luke Westergaard Brighty and Mike Westergaard....
Give me something I can't hold on
And I have never known much love
Give me something I can't hold on much more
And you to me mean oh so much

Said I hope you can cling to the wreckage and stop from drowning
Stop spinning the floor, stop the scenery falling down

Well you can't make love on your own
And you won't get no blood from no stone
And you can't make it right
With two wrongs in one night baby learn my way
And you'd best have a whole lotta soul
If you plan getting by on your own
You can sink like a stone in some hole of your own
And just hide away

Give me something I can't hold on
And I can't place much faith in love
Send me out for something that ain't there no more
Something that once meant so much

Said I hope you can cling to the wreckage and stop from drowning
Get back on your drums and stop letting them break you down

Well you can't make love on your own
And you won't get no blood from no stone
And you can't make it right
With two knives in the night baby learn my way
And you'd best have a whole lotta soul
If you plan getting by on your own
You can sink like a stone in some hole of your own
And just hide away

And now you tell me that you don't know why
Your hands are shaking and your mouth feels dry

Well you can't make love on your own
And you won't get no blood from no stone
And you can't make it right
With two guns in the night baby learn my way
And you'd best have a whole lotta soul
If you plan getting by on your own
You can sink like a stone in some hole of your own
And just hide away

You got to give up
If you want to live it up



Lyrics submitted by SongMeanings

"Sink Like a Stone" as written by Mike Westergaard Luke Westergaard Brighty

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

Lyrics powered by LyricFind

Sink Like a Stone song meanings
Add your thoughts

No Comments

sort form View by:
  • No Comments

Add your thoughts

Log in now to tell us what you think this song means.

Don’t have an account? Create an account with SongMeanings to post comments, submit lyrics, and more. It’s super easy, we promise!

Back to top
explain