"Heart Out" as written by Ross Stewart Macdonald, Adam Brian Thomas Hann, George Bedford Daniel and Matthew Timothy Healy....
I’m rushing in a small town
I forgot to call you
Running low on know how
This beats made for two
'Cause I remember that I like you
No matter what I found
She said it’s nice to have your friends round
We're watching a television with no sound

It’s just you and I tonight
Why don’t you figure my heart out
It’s just you and I tonight
Why don’t you figure my heart out

Push your lack of chest out look at my hair
Gotta love the way you love yourself
Your obsession with Rocks and Brown
And fucking the whole towns
A reflection on your mental health
'Cause I remembered when I found you
Much younger than you are now
Once it started I am friend zone
You created a television in your mouth

It’s just you and I tonight
Why don’t you figure my heart out
It’s just you and I tonight
Why don’t you figure my heart out

You've got something to say
Why don’t speak it out loud
Instead of living in your head
It's always to say why don’t you take your heart out
Instead of living in your head

It’s just you and I tonight
Why don’t you figure my heart out
It’s just you and I tonight
Why don’t you figure my heart out


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"Heart Out" as written by Adam Brian Thomas Hann Ross Stewart Macdonald

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    General CommentSurprised no one has commented yet! Not only is it a wicked song with a sick beat and even sicker sax added to it, it's got a great idea behind it.

    It's like they've "known" each other for years, but only because they live in the same small town and it's kind of inevitable. But it's more of a "i know OF you", rather than an "i know you" sort of relationship, where they hear things about each other but never really sat down to get to know one another personally. But then in this song, they do. I think they meet and hit it off and actually become pretty good friends, but they kind of have this rumour mill between them, like they've heard rumours of each other they can't get past. So Matty's saying, "well it's just you and i tonight, no one else, so why don't you try and figure me out, then?" basically saying to ignore what you heard of him, and get to know him personally.

    Matty's usually very honest in his other songs, so it's easy to picture him sitting down with someone and telling them to ignore rumours and to just get to know him as a person, rather than an idea. He talks a lot of shit about drugs and sex, but in reality I think he believes himself to be quite easy to understand.
    iaskyousmileon July 17, 2014   Link

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