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Bleeding Is My Heart

Take me in your heart
Keep me in your soul
Rip me all apart
Leave me in pieces on the floor
Left me for dead
You said you’d never leave
In what you said
You made me wholeheartedly believe
Now I’m sleeping alone in this bed
Bleeding is my heart for you
Miss what you have to say
Long or all that you do
Guess that’s the price that I’ll pay
For falling so deeply for you
No sense faking it
You just couldn’t take it
You were the one mistaking it
There’s no forsaking it
Bleeding is my heart

Thinking back to when you held me
Rocking tightly in your arms
Just didn’t see
How I fell so quickly for your charms
You were so easy to love
So easy to hold
Seemed we’d fit just like a glove
How could you be that cold?
Sweet misery gave me a hard shove
Bleeding is my heart for you
Miss what you have to say
Long or all that you do
Guess that’s the price that I’ll pay
For falling so deeply for you
No sense faking it
You just couldn’t take it
You were the one mistaking it
There’s no forsaking it
Bleeding is my heart
So hurt and extremely wounded
Don’t know if I’ll ever be the same
Suppose I should have tuned in more
For that I’m mostly to blame
Wasn’t asking you to marry me
But I really didn’t expect this 
I can’t just let this be
Not yet it’s just not quite in me
It’s you I miss
And I long for your kiss
So hurt and extremely wounded
Don’t know if I’ll ever be the same
Suppose I should have tuned in more
For that I’m mostly to blame
I could have loved you
But you walked away
Cold and heartless
With nothing to say

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