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  1. Shaktilabar Reply
    Wear Me Down lyrics. Every time I come here I'm not sure what to say I know it should be easy But it never seems that way. You, you make me feel Like no one ever will So why, why do you bore me Until my heart is still? You, you wear me down My defenses are gone now And I can't fight. You, you wear me down My defenses are gone now And I can't fight. I can't say I love you easily And you wouldn't want .
  2. Arashiran Reply
    Watch the video for Wear Me Down from Ross From Friends's Family Portrait for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
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  4. Moogurisar Reply
    wear down 1. To become eroded, ground, or stripped down, as from exposure to some destructive element or force. The enamel on your teeth has worn down almost completely, which is why you've been experiencing so much pain when you eat and drink.
  5. Faukree Reply
    Lyrics to 'You Wear Me Down' by Danko Jones. I wanna love you but you move to Damn slow I wanna leave you but I can't seem to Let you go Caught in your web, I'm spinning 'round and.
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    Ive had this track on repeat all daaaay~ the female vocals in here make me melt~ wΓΈw. TZ Comment by princesspeachy. Class πŸ”₯πŸŽΆπŸ™ŒπŸΌ TZ Comment by KRK5Z πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯ TZ. Users who like Wear Me Down; Users who reposted Wear Me Down; Playlists containing Wear Me Down; More tracks like.
  7. JoJolmaran Reply
    wear someone down undermine, reduce, chip away at (informal), fight a war of attrition against, overcome gradually his sheer persistence in wearing down the opposition wear someone out (Informal) exhaust, tire, fatigue, weary, impair, sap, prostrate, knacker (slang), frazzle (informal), fag someone out (informal), enervate The past few days had really worn him out.
  8. Golkree Reply
    1. exhaust or get tired through overuse or great strain or stress 2. deteriorate through use or stress Familiarity information: WEAR DOWN used as a verb is rare.