Heart Is Hard to Find

Album: Invented (2010)
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  • I can't compete with the clear eyes of strangers
    I'm more and more replaced
    By my friends each night
    I can't compete
    Just can't recover
    How many years it's been, it's day one in my mind
    That's the first step
    Each time

    The heart is hard to find
    Yes the heart is hard to find
    It's hard to find
    The heart sometimes

    I can't compete with your new-found religion
    The good words seems everywhere
    The good word's on me
    I can't compete with a real education
    All the fucked up things you say
    Couldn't possibly be any less help to me

    Oh the heart is hard to find
    Yes the heart is hard to find
    It's hard to find
    The heart sometimes

    The heart is hard to find
    The heart is hard to find
    It's hard to find
    The heart sometimes
    Hard
    It's hard to find
    The heart sometimes
    Hard
    It's hard to find
    The heart sometimes
    Hard
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