Eric Clapton - It Hurts Me Too


 
 
 It Hurts Me Too is a blues song considered a standard of the genre. It was first recorded by American musician Tampa Red in 1941 before being covered by Elmore James in 1956. His version includes the most commonly used lyrics, which are either James himself or Mel London, owner of Chief Records. Many musicians have also covered it since.
 
 


Lyrics
You said you was hurting,
Almost lost your mind,
And the man you love,
He hurts you all the time.
When things go wrong,
Go wrong with you,
It hurts me, too.
You love him more
When you should love him less.
I pick up behind him
And take his mess.
When things go wrong,
Go wrong with you,
It hurts me, too.
He love another woman
And I love you,
But you love him
And stick to him like glue.
When things go wrong,
Go wrong with you,
It hurts me, too.
Now you better leave him;
He better put you down.
Oh, I won't stand
To see you pushed around.
When things go wrong,
Go wrong with you,
It hurts me, too.
Source: LyricFind
Songwriters: Melvin London
It Hurts Me Too lyrics © BMG Rights Management US, LLC

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