Hattie Briggs (BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Award Nominee) – Pull Me Down (Live version)

Posted on 19. Feb, 2014 by in Featured, Music

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Hattie Briggs – “Pull Me Down”. The full single will be released on iTunes on Feb 24th 2014. DOWNLOAD THIS LIVE VERSION FOR FREE HERE http://www.hattiebriggs.co.uk. Don’t forget to subscribe to my channel, like my Facebook Page “Hattie Briggs Music”, and follow me on twitter @HattieBriggs. Written and performed by Hattie Briggs. Recorded at Yellow Shark Studio, Cheltenham. Cello by Barney Morse-Brown. Produced by Peter Waterman. Filmed and edited by Keith Craig.

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Lyrics below.

If you were me would you take yourself seriously, would you think it was your world, for the taking, for the making would you, roll the dice in wisdom’s hand, make sure you understand where you’re going, this, this time around.

If you were me would you let yourself think dangerously, would say this was your world,
no mistaking, no breaking into, quiet verse of homeward bound, in you they say they’ve found where they’re goin, this, this time around.

If I get up high, if I get up late, if I change the numbers on my number plate,
then I’m not the same, am I, though I, swore I’d never change.

Come pull me back down, down, pull me down, pull me down.

If you were me would you let them change so easily thought you said it was your world, now your breaking, forsaking while you, tell yourself there’s something more, tell all your friends you’re sure where your going, this what you’re working for.

Won’t you take a moment, to let it sink in, let it seep up under your skin, skin.

If I get up high, if I get up late, if I change the numbers on my number plate,
Then I’m not the same, am I, though I, swore I’d never change.
Come pull me back down, down, pull me down, pull me down.

Won’t you bring that girl back around, you know the one, that one with her feet, her feet so firmly on the ground. Now who’s that girl you’ve found? I preferred the other one.

So if I get up high, if I get up late, if I change the numbers on my number plate,
then I’m not the same, am I, though I, swore I’d never change.

Come pull me back down, down, pull me down, pull me down.

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