Bringin' On the Heartbreak

Album: High 'n' Dry (1981)
Charted: 61
  • Gypsy, sittin' lookin' pretty
    The broken rose with laughin' eyes
    You're a mystery, always runnin' wild
    Like a child without a home
    You're always searching, searching for a feeling
    That it's easy come and easy go

    Oh I'm sorry but it's true
    You're bringin' on the heartbreak
    Takin' all the best of me
    Oh can't you see
    You got the best of me
    Whoa can't you see

    You're bringin' on the heartbreak
    Bringin' on the heartache
    You're bringin' on the heartbreak
    Bringin' on the heartache
    Can't you see

    Oh whoa
    You're such a secret, misty eyed and shady
    Lady how you hold the key
    Oh you're like a candle, your flame slowly fadin'
    Burnin' out and burnin' me
    Can't you see
    Just try and say to you

    You're bringin' on the heartache
    Takin' all the best of me
    Oh can't you see
    You got the best of me
    Whoah can't you see

    You're bringin' on the heartbreak
    Bringin' on the heartache
    You're bringin' on the heartbreak
    Bringin' on the heartache
    Can't you see
    Can't you see
    No no no

    You got the best of me
    Oh can't you see
    You got the best of me
    Whoah can't you see

    You're bringin' on the heartbreak
    Bringin' on the heartache
    You're bringin' on the heartbreak
    Bringin' on the heartache
    You're bringin' on the heartbreak
    Bringin' on the heartache
    You're bringin' on the heartbreakWriter/s: Peter Andrew Willis, Stephen Maynard Clark, Joseph Thomas Elliott, Richard Savage, Richard John Cyril Allen
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., BMG Rights Management, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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