"Push Me Down" as written by and Pauli Sebastian Jokela....
I'm so over being over you
I'm so done doing things I'm suppose to do, mm mm
I got a problem with letting go
I just thought I should let you know
That I still keep the light on
To show you that I'm home, wishing
Wishing you would come around more
Even though I know
Same moment you walk in, you're out the door
Oh oh

Oh you give me love
Just to break my heart
Put me back together
Just to pull me a part
You give me a hand and kick me to the ground
Oh you build me up
Just to tear me down
Oh just to tear me down, mm

Now I'm sober from your love
Just a touch will get me drunk, mm
My best friends are my memories
They're the only ones that save me from this misery
That's why I still keep the light on
To show you that I'm home wishing
Wishing you would come around more
Even though I know
Same moment you walk in, you're out the door
Oh oh

Oh you give me love
Just to break my heart
Put me back together
Just to pull me apart
You give me a hand then kick me to the ground
Oh you build me up
Just to tear me down, oh
Oh just to tear me down, oh yeah
Oh just to tear me down, down, down, mm


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"Tear Me Down" as written by Pauli Sebastian Jokela

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    My InterpretationI think its about wanting to be submissive to an older lover. Calling her lover 'King', saying 'we can do whatever "you" want to', etc. I get what she's saying.
    "Loving you's bad news" may refer to the way society can look down on
    submissive women, but clearly that doesn't bother her because "you're what I want".
    Maybe she's been a free spirit but there's one person who could tame her.
    Not my favourite Lana song in melody but it contains my favourite Lana lyrics.
    brokentelephone78on September 02, 2015   Link

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