Hard for the Heart

Album: Endlessly (2010)
  • I never choose to be poor for whats become of me,
    Nor did I choose this face,
    I never thought life would be so hard to me,
    I guess it is just my face

    If these walls could comfort me
    They would reassure me I've been lost for so many years
    If these walls could comfort me
    They would reassure me I've been lost for so many years

    I am looking for safety,
    Whats it all about,
    Want somebody to tell me,
    Take away this vow

    Life is a play and we all play a part,
    But it often gets hard for the heart
    Life is a play and we all play a part
    But it often gets hard for the heart
    Hard for the heart

    Who ever thought I would question mortality,
    This given time and space,
    Who ever said we belong to society,
    The only human race,
    If these walls could comfort me,
    They would reassure me I've been lost for so many years
    If these walls could talk to me,
    They would tell me I've been lost for so many years

    I am looking for safety,
    Oh whats it all about,
    Will somebody tell me
    Take away this vow,
    Life is a play and we all play a part,
    But it often gets hard for the heart.
    Life is a play and we all play a part,
    But it often gets hard for the heart.
    Hard for the heart

    Life is a play and we all play a part,
    But it often gets hard for the heart.
    Life is a play and we all play a part,
    But it often gets hard for the heart.
    Hard for the heart Writer/s: ALBERT HAMMOND, AIMEE DUFFY
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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