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Damage Gets Done Lyrics Hozier & Brandi Carlile

Damage Gets Done Hozier

Damage Gets Done Lyrics Hozier & Brandi Carlile

[Verse 1: Hozier, Hozier & Brandi Carlile]
Without shame, two outfits then to my name
You'd end up in one when you'd stay
We had nowhere to go and every desire for going there
I heard once, it's the comforts that make us feel numb
We'd go out with no way to get home
And we'd sleep on somebody's floor and wake up feeling like a millionaire

[Pre-Chorus: Hozier & Brandi Carlile]
Wish I had known it was just our turn (We just got by)
Being blamed for a world we had no power in (But we tried)
You and I had nothin' to show (We didn't know)
But the best of the world in the palm of our hands (Anything darlin')

[Chorus: Hozier & Brandi Carlile]
And darlin', I haven't felt it since then
I don't know how the feelin' ended
But I know being reckless and young
Is not how the damage gets done

[Verse 2: Hozier, Brandi Carlile & Hozier & Brandi Carlile]
One time we would want for nothin' (One time we had it all, love)
We knew what our love was worth (When we had nothing)
Now we're always missing something (I miss when)
I miss when we did not need much

[Verse 3: Brandi Carlile, Hozier & Brandi Carlile]
Oh, if the car ran, the car was enough
If the sun shone on us, it's a plus
And the tank was always filled up
Only enough for our gettin' there

[Pre-Chorus: Hozier & Brandi Carlile, Brandi Carlile]
That first car was like wings on an angel (You flew away)
Before the whole wide world got too thin (From me then)
I swear goodwill kept up the engine
You were steerin' my heart like a wheel in your hands (Turn back, darling)

[Chorus: Hozier & Brandi Carlile]
And darlin', I haven't felt it since then
I don't know how the feelin' ended
But I know being reckless and young
Is not how the damage gets done

[Instrumental Bridge]

[Outro: Hozier & Brandi Carlile]
All I needed was someone
When the whole wide world felt young
All I needed was someone
When the whole wide world felt young

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Song Credit:–

Song:– Damage Gets Done
Singer:– Hozier & Brandi Carlile
Album:– Unreal Unearth (2023)
Producer:– Bēkon, Pete G, Chakra, Rappy, Marius Feder & Sariah Mae
Written:– Hozier, Peter Gonzales, Daniel Krieger, Rappy, Stuart Johnson & Tyler Mehlenbacher
Released:– August 18, 2023

About Hozier:–

Hozier, whose real name is Andrew John Hozier-Byrne, is an Irish musician, singer, and songwriter. He gained international recognition for his soulful voice, poetic songwriting, and folk-inspired sound. Hozier was born on March 17, 1990, in Bray, County Wicklow, Ireland.

He first rose to prominence with his debut single "Take Me to Church" in 2013, which received widespread acclaim for its powerful vocals and socially conscious lyrics. The song addressed themes of love, religion, and human rights. The accompanying music video also gained attention for its poignant imagery.

Hozier's self-titled debut album, "Hozier," was released in 2014 and featured a mix of folk, soul, and blues influences. The album included tracks like "Someone New," "From Eden," and "Work Song." His music often delves into deep emotional and philosophical themes, and his lyrics are known for their poetic and introspective nature.

He continued to release music, and his subsequent album, "Wasteland, Baby!" (2019), further established his place in the music industry. This album featured singles like "Nina Cried Power" and "Almost (Sweet Music)."

Hozier is celebrated for his unique vocal style and his ability to connect with listeners on an emotional level through his music. His work often addresses themes of love, relationships, social issues, and personal reflection.

About Brandi Carlile:–

Brandi Carlile is an American singer-songwriter and musician known for her powerful vocals, introspective songwriting, and blend of folk, rock, and Americana influences. She was born on June 1, 1981, in Ravensdale, Washington, USA.

Carlile gained widespread recognition with her self-titled debut album, "Brandi Carlile," released in 2005. The album showcased her raw and emotive voice, as well as her ability to convey deep emotions through her music. She continued to release critically acclaimed albums, including "The Story" (2007), "Give Up the Ghost" (2009), and "Bear Creek" (2012).

One of her most notable songs, "The Story," has become an anthem for her fans and showcases her storytelling prowess and vocal range. Over the years, Carlile's music has tackled a range of themes including love, identity, social issues, and personal growth.

In addition to her solo career, Carlile is a member of the group The Highwomen, a supergroup of female country and folk artists formed in 2019. The group includes other talented artists like Maren Morris, Amanda Shires, and Natalie Hemby.

Brandi Carlile's music often touches the hearts of her listeners with its authenticity and depth. She has won multiple Grammy Awards for her work, including awards for her albums and performances.