Break Your Heart

  • People downcast, is despair
    See the disillusion everywhere
    Hoping their bad luck will change
    Gets a little harder every day

    People struggle, people fight
    For the simple pleasures in their lives
    But trouble comes from everywhere
    It's a little more than you can bear

    I know that it will hurt
    I know that it will break your heart
    The way things are
    And the way they've been
    And the way they've always been

    People shallow, self-absorbed
    See the push and shove for their rewards
    I, me, my is on their minds
    You can read about it in their eyes

    People ruthless, people cruel
    See the damage that some people do
    Full of hatred, full of pride
    It's enough to make you loose your mind

    I know that it will hurt
    I know that it will break your heart
    The way things are
    And the way they've been

    I know that it will hurt
    I know that it will break your heart
    The way things are
    And the way they've been

    Don't spread the discontent
    Don't spread the lies
    Don't make the same mistakes
    With your own life
    You never will let love survive

    I know that it will hurt
    I know that it will break your heart
    The way things are
    And the way they've been

    Don't spread the discontent
    Don't spread the lies
    Don't make the same mistakes
    With your own life
    Don't disrespect yourself
    Don't loose your pride
    And don't think that
    Everybody's gonna choose your side Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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