The Broken Ones

This is one song that rang true with quite a few of the stories I’ve been reading recently. Listen to the song – it’s really beautiful.


The Broken Ones
By: Dia Frampton

I know they’ve hurt you bad.
Why hide the scars you have?
Baby let me straighten out your broken bones,
All your faults/flaws to me make you more beautiful.

I can’t help it,
I love the broken ones,
The ones who
Need the most patching up.
The ones who
Never been loved,
Never been loved,
Never been loved enough.
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, you’re not alone.
I love the broken ones.

You don’t have to drive,
With your headlights off.
It’s a pocket knife,
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 ones,
The ones who
Need the most patching up.
The ones who
Never been loved,
Never been loved,
Never been loved enough.
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 you’re not alone.
I love the broken ones.
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 ones,
The ones who
Need the most patching up.
The ones who
Never been loved,
Never been loved,
Never been loved enough.
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 you’re 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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