I Love The Broken Ones


These are the words to Dia Frampton’s new song to be release Dec. 5th. She was runner up on the last season of the hit show The Voice. I love the song and relate to it on many levels but mainly because I love the broken ones too. (sorry I couldn’t get the link to work but you can find it on You Tube.)

I know they’ve hurt you bad. Wide, the scars you have. Baby let me straighten out your broken bones,All you faults to me make you more beautiful.
I can’t help it, I love the broken one, The ones who, Need the most patching up.The ones who’ve, Never been loved, Never been loved, Never been loved.

And O maybe I see a part of me in them. The missing piece always trying to fit in. The shattered heart, Hungry for a home. No your not alone, I love the broken ones.
You don’t have to drive, With your headlights off. It’s a pocketknife, Not a gift from God. Don’t you learn of love from the love they kept. I will be your anchor slowly, Step by step.
I can’t help it, I love the broken one, The ones who, Need the most patching up. The ones who’ve,  Never been loved, Never been loved, Never been loved. And O maybe I see a part of me in them. The missing piece always trying to fit in.

The shattered heart, Hungry for a home. No your not alone, I love the broken ones.
Maybe we can rip off the bandage. Maybe you will see it for what it is. Maybe we can burn this building, Holding you in.
I can’t help it, I love the broken one, The ones who, Need the most patching up. The ones who’ve, Never been loved, Never been loved, Never been loved. And O maybe I see a part of me in them. The missing piece always trying to fit in.

The shattered heart, Hungry for a home. No your not alone, I love the broken ones. I love the broken ones. I love the broken ones. I love the broken ones.

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Comments

  1. Jared Boone says:

    I caught the last part of your song from Jay Leno. It really spoke to me and i cant wait to get your cd on the 5th. Thank you for being there! You guys rock!

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