"Get Hurt" as written by Brian Fallon....
Sometimes I wake up in the morning
Sometimes I dream small
I keep my wounds without a bandage baby
As I come stumbling through the door
Spend my nights in this location
Talking to spirits on the floor
I think I came to find the feeling baby
Between what was mine and what was yours

And I came to get hurt,
Might as well do your worst to me, hey hey
Have you come here to get hurt?
Have you come to take away from me, from me, from me
Might as well do your worst to me

I think I'd better move to California (I think it's time to move)
Mama, can you say a pray for me? (Say a prayer for me)
I heard they don't get so low down, (All my friends get so low)
I heard they never bleed,
Not like we bleed

I came to get hurt,
Might as well do your worst to me, hey hey
Have you come here to get hurt?
Have you come to take away from me, from me, from me
Might as well do your worst to me

And it gets pretty lame
And the stations would change
And the things once in order
Now seem so strange,
Once I quit town all the hurt apart from myself
Now all I can see is the need,
The need.

I came to get hurt,
Might as well do your worst to me, hey hey
Have you come here to get hurt?
Have you come to take away from me
From me, from me
Might as well do your worst to me

Maybe you needed a change,
Maybe I was in your way
Maybe some days they stay
And some things go away
Maybe I was mine, maybe you were not the same!


Lyrics submitted by vixly, edited by eric321, xheartbreakerx, bitta2sweet, blackdeath24, Lokix

"Get Hurt" as written by Brian Fallon

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  • +1
    General CommentTried to fix the lyrics a few times, and nothing has happened. Here's the real deal:

    Sometimes I wake up in the morning
    Sometimes I dream some more

    I keep my wounds without a bandage, baby
    As I come stumbling through the door

    To spend my nights in dislocation
    Talking to spirits on the floor

    I think I came to find the feeling, baby
    Between what was mine and what was yours

    And I came to get hurt,
    Might as well do your worst to me, yea-yeah
    Have you come here to get her?
    Have you come to take away from me, from me, from me
    Might as well do your worst to me

    I think I'm gonna move to California (I think it's time to move)
    Mama, can you say a pray for me? (Say a prayer for me)
    I heard they don't get so low down, (All my friends get so low)
    I heard they never bleed,
    Not like we bleed

    I came to get hurt,
    Might as well do your worst to me, yea-yeah
    Have you come here to get her?
    Have you come to take away from me, from me, from me
    Might as well do your worst to me

    And it gets pretty lame
    And the stations would change
    And the things once in order
    Now seem so strange,
    Once I could tell all the hurt apart from myself
    Now all I can see is the need,
    The need.

    I came to get hurt,
    Might as well do your worst to me, yea-yeah
    Have you come here to get her?
    Have you come to take away from me
    From me, from me
    Might as well do your worst to me

    And maybe you needed a change,
    And maybe I was in your way
    And maybe some things they stay
    And some things go away
    Maybe I was mine, and maybe you were not the same!
    Lokixon November 11, 2015   Link
  • +1
    General CommentYou go in assuming you're going to get heartbroken, but there's always this one little voice in the back of your head saying to go back and try again, because this time will be different. And it may BE different
    cw0219on June 11, 2017   Link
  • 0
    Song FactIt's, "Have you come here to get her?"
    Not, "Have you come here to get hurt?"
    xheartbreakerxon August 24, 2014   Link

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