You did well, devil!

Family life, it's like
Puzzle pieces disconnected,
Pictures frames will never find.
This broken home, my demons still reside,
You would think we could have lived together
With all this hell inside.

[Chorus:]
Mother, I just needed you to know,
Something good grew out from
All of the cracks inside our broken home.
I am a lonely soul, a kid flying his kite alone,
Or am I just a head in the clouds,
Welcoming wind every time there's a storm?

Where do I go now?
I grew up in a house
God built with the devil's blueprints
With no foundation found.
I went to hell to have some words
With the devil about what he did,
But it was empty,
Everyone moved out!

[Chorus:]
Mother, I just needed you to know,
Something good grew out from
All of the cracks inside our broken home.
And father, I needed you the most,
But I'm still a kid in aging skin,
A hypocrite trying to grow.

Every time I try to bury the wreckage of that old house in my mind,
I see the same crow on the power line.
He could have flown to any other home,
But he'll never stop chasing mine!
He’ll never stop chasing mine!
It's a strange kind of comfort,
Learning to always love the cracks inside
Broken homes.

[Chorus:]
Mother, I just needed you to know,
Something good grew out from
All of the cracks inside our broken home.
And father, I needed you the most,
But I'm still a kid in aging skin,
And I will always love you both.
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Damnaged Lyrics

The Color Morale – Damnaged Lyrics

Songwriters: Aaron Eugene Saunders, Devin Robert King, Garret Allen Rapp, Michael Robert Honson, Steven Charles Carey
Damnaged lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.

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