Heart On My Sleeve

Album: Olly Murs (2011)
Charted: 20
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  • You think you've heard this before
    I'll try to say it differently
    As long as it come naturally to me
    It's been making me sad
    'Cause I can't find a better way
    To speak the words I wanna say to you

    Know how I love you
    And know how I need you

    And I want you to know
    Won't let you down
    No, I can't let go
    And I want you to see
    Everyday I wear my heart on my sleeve
    On my sleeve

    It's been driving me mad
    Consistent tones and constant drones
    Keep pulling me back inside my head
    Nothing matter at all
    The world will keep on spinning round
    All these feeling keep on pouring out

    Oh, how I love you
    Oh, how I need you

    And I want you to know
    Won't let you down
    No, I can't let go
    And I want you to see
    Everyday I wear my heart on my sleeve

    I try to write the words down
    Before they're lost and won't come out
    Oh, please, help me sing my song

    And I want you to know
    Won't let you down
    No, I can't let go
    And I want you to see
    Everyday I wear my heart on my sleeve
    Heart on my sleeve
    Heart on my sleeve
    Heart on my sleeve

    No, I can't let you go
    Can't let you go

    Oh, I want you to know
    Won't let you down
    Everyday, yeah, I can't let go
    I wear my heart on my sleeve Writer/s: JAMES MORRISON, JOHN SHANKS
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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