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​When You're Fragile

This song is by The Crookes and appears on the album Soapbox (2014).

When You're Fragile

Sorry that I laughed when you told me that your daddy died.
Oh they were just nerves and you know
I can't keep them inside. I feel pleasure when you let me see your pain
Like some strange junk it helps balance out my brain.
Once again we come undone.
Fools like us we don't belong.
If it don't hurt it ain't worthwhile.
I love you most when you're fragile...
Sorry that I yawned when you told me that your dream came true.
I only ever think about myself... it leaves no time for you
And your breakdown somehow picks me up again
Like that strange junk it helps balance out my brain.
Once again we come undone. Fools like us we don't belong.
If it don't hurt it ain't worthwhile.
I love you most when you're fragile...
But I keep what I truly think inside my head 'cause if I spoke my mind I'd have an empty bed.
I lie through my teeth to get what I need and I need you on your knees so darling break down and just please me.
Once again we come undone.
Fools like us we don't belong.
If it don't hurt it ain't worthwhile.
I love you most when you're fragile...
You play the boy; I'll play the girl
We'll go and take on half the world. If it don't hurt it ain't worthwhile.
I love you most when you're fragile.

Written by:

Russell Bates, Tom Dakin, Daniel Hopewell and George Waite