Heart Turns To Stone

Album: Inside Information (1987)
Charted: 56
  • The days and nights you sit around wondering where can she be
    You hope that she might appear, out of nowhere
    But you fail to see
    All the hurt inside, the wounded pride
    Ooh what she went through for you
    You cheated and lied, as her love slowly died
    And her heart just broke in two
    When she was with you, all along
    Behind you right or wrong
    She tried to hold on, hold on
    But you went too far, and she's gone

    And now it's over and her heart turns to stone
    No time for pity, when her heart turns to stone
    She cries a little as her heart turns to stone
    She's that kind of woman
    She'll do fine on her own

    What you thought was a game
    A game you were winning
    Wouldn't go your way
    Now you've lost what you had
    And your back to the beginning
    It's the price you have to pay
    When she was with you, all along
    Behind you right or wrong
    She tried to hold on, hold on
    But you went too far, and she's gone

    And now it's over and her heart turns to stone
    No time for pity, when her heart turns to stone
    She cries a little as her heart turns to stone
    She's that kind of woman
    She'll get by on her own

    She hides the pain
    But her heart turns to stone
    No time for pity
    When her heart turns to stone
    She cries sometimes
    As her heart turns to stone
    Listen to her cry
    Listen to her cry
    She's a woman now
    Ooh it's a sad thing to see
    To see a heart turn to stone
    The heart of a woman
    A heart turned to stone Writer/s: LOU GRAMM, MICHAEL LESLIE JONES
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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