Black & Blue

Black & Blue
Music: Lyndon Heart
Lyrics: Salome Strangelove

Walking toward the thunder down the wrong side of the highway
It occurs to me; I never handed you the keys
Soaking to the sinews before a locked screen door
It occurs to me; I have never been more me

Some men have to charm the cobra
Some men just like the way she sways

You are the slap on my sunburn
The purple of my bruise
The bite across my bottom lip
The ink in my tattoos
I never asked you to go easy
You got damage left to do
So hurt me, hurt me, hurt me, hurt me, love me
It’s all the same from you

Standing in the shower on the wrong side of a Monday
It occurs to me; most of life is spent on lonely
Looking at your shadow on the crumbling red wall
It occurs to me; it’s not the hunt that makes us hungry

Some men have to charm the cobra
Some men just like the way she sways

You are the slap on my sunburn
The purple of my bruise
The bite across my bottom lip
The ink in my tattoos
I never asked you to go easy
You got damage left to do
So hurt me, hurt me, hurt me, hurt me, love me
It’s all the same from you

Take a swing and do your thing
Break your toys and make them cry
There are mean things in this world
There are wounds you can’t disguise
I never asked you to go easy
Never asked you to go easy
Never want you to go easy

Some of us have to charm the cobra
Some of us just like the way she sways

You are the slap on my sunburn
The purple of my bruise
The bite across my bottom lip
The ink in my tattoos
I never asked you to go easy
You got damage left to do
So hurt me hurt me hurt me hurt me love me
It’s all the same
Hurt me hurt me hurt me hurt me love me
It’s all the same
Hurt me hurt me hurt me hurt me love me
It’s all the same from you

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