LITTLE BOOTS

LITTLE BOOTS Hands

Lyrics from thetransportconnection LITTLE BOOTS Hands Lyrics, singer by LITTLE BOOTS

I met a girl the other day
She was beautiful
In that sad kind of way
She said:
I can’t stop cryin’
Feels like there’s a little bit of me dyin’
Everyday

She said:
I’ve got a broken heart
Got a broken heart

She said:
Can you help me fix it
Please?

She said:
I’ve got a broken heart
Got a broken heart

She said:
Can you help me fix it?
Oh please, can you help me fix it?

I said:
I just don’t have the technology
It really is too advanced
I just don’t have the technology
It’s really out of my hands

Sorry

I said:
Why don’t you go
To the clouds?
I hear they’ve got a really good laboratory
Up there

So she went up to the heavens
About quarter past eleven
And they said:
Now, what seems to be the problem?

She said:
I’ve got a broken heart
Got a broken heart

She said:
Can you help me fix it
Please?

She said:
I’ve got a broken heart
Got a broken heart

She said:
Can you help me fix it?
Can somebody help me fix it?

They said:
We just don’t have the technology
It really is too advanced
We just don’t have the technology
It’s really out of our hands

So what’s a girl to do?
She went to the shop and bought some
Cellotape and glue
And though she never thought she was that clever
She fixed that heart right back together and
Though it probably won’t last that long
I think she’s gonna make it
Yeah, I think she’s gonna make it
Through this song

She said:
I fixed my broken heart
Fixed my broken heart

She said:
I didn’t need any help
In the end

She said:
I fixed my broken heart
Fixed my broken heart

She said:
I didn’t need any help
I just needed my hands

I just needed my hands

I just needed my hands

I just needed my hands

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