Lisa Horan

Lisa Horan

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Unique - General | Orlando, Florida, United States
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Member Since: 2008
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Story Behind the Song

The song was written from the perspective of a child who has endured painful, life-changing abuse.

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Lyrics

Broken
(c) 2011 Lisa Horan

I need to find a hiding place
Somewhere that I'll be safe from the memory your face
Turn the light out when you go
Lock the door and leave me in my alone

But if you would be so kind
To clean up what's left behind
There's a dust pan and the brush
Sweep me up

Chorus
Cause I am broken into pieces
I'm ripped open I am bleeding

Verse 2
Like a robber in disguise
You made off with a piece of my life
And left me here with haunting doubt
That screams and taunts me to figure all this out

But if you would be so kind
To clean up what you left behind
There's a dust pan and the brush
Sweep me up

Chorus
Cause I am broken into pieces
I'm ripped open I am bleeding
You have stolen
the deepest part of me

Bridge
But someday I'll be whole again
And in the end you will not win
But every day until that day
I'll fight to find a way to say that I've broken through the pain

Chorus
Cause I am broken into pieces (I will be whole again)
I'm ripped open I am bleeding (You will not win)
I'm broken into pieces (I will be whole)
You have stolen
the deepest part of me

Song Length
3:27
Genres
Unique - Soundtracks, Pop - Easy Listening
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Mood
Heartbreaking

Subject Matter
Sadness, Loneliness


Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Lisa Horan
Music Credits Lisa Horan
Producer Credits Stephen Joseph Antonelli
Performance Credits Lisa Horan