Here Are the Lyrics to Lovelytheband's 'Broken'

California alt-pop trio lovelytheband released their debut album finding it hard to smile on Aug. 3. Their most popular track, "broken," gave the group their first No. 1 spot on the Alternative Songs airplay chart. Just this week, the trio also hit No.1 on the Emerging Artists chart.

The group sure knows how to create catchy riffs and choruses. Lead singer Mitchy Collins sings, "I like that you're broken/ Broken like me," describing two "broken" people who could be lonely together.

Check out the bittersweet yet hopeful lyrics and video for "broken" below. 

I like that you're broken
Broken like me
Maybe that makes me a fool
I like that you're lonely
Lonely like me
I could be lonely with you

I met you late night, at a party
Some trust fund baby's Brooklyn loft
By the bathroom, you said let's talk
But my confidence is wearing off

These aren't my people
These aren't my friends
She grabbed my face and that's when she said

I like that you're broken
Broken like me
Maybe that makes me a fool
I like that you're lonely
Lonely like me
I could be lonely with you

There's something tragic, but almost pure
Think I could love you, but I'm not sure
There's something wholesome, there's something sweet
Tucked in your eyes that I'd love to meet

These aren't my people
These aren't my friends
She grabbed my face and that's when she said

I like that you're broken
Broken like me
Maybe that makes me a fool
I like that you're lonely
Lonely like me
I could be lonely with you

Life is not a love song that we like
We're all broken pieces floating by
Life is not a love song, we can try
To fix our broken pieces one at a time

I like that you're broken
Broken like me
Maybe that makes me a fool
I like that you're lonely
Lonely like me
I could be lonely with you
I like that you're broken
Broken like me
Maybe that makes me a fool
I like that you're lonely
Lonely like me
I could be lonely with you
 

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Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., BMG Rights Management

Written by: Christian Medice, Mitchell Collins, Samantha DeRosa