Heart Of Mine

Album: Shot Of Love (1981)
  • Heart of mine be still
    You can play with fire but you'll get the bill
    Don't let her know
    Don't let her know that you love her
    Don't be a fool, don't be blind
    Heart of mine

    Heart of mine go back home
    You got no reason to wander, no reason to roam
    Don't let her see
    Don't let her see where you're going
    Don't put yourself over the line
    Heart of mine

    Heart of mine go back where you have been
    It'll be only trouble for you if you let her in
    Don't let her know
    Don't let her know that you love her
    Don't be a fool, don't be blind
    Heart of mine

    Hear of mine so malicious and so full of guile
    Give you an inch and you'll take a mile
    Don't let yourself fall
    Don't let yourself stumble
    If you can't do the time, don't do the crime
    Heart of mine Writer/s: Bob Dylan
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