Two Hearts

Album: Buster Soundtrack (1988)
Charted: 6 1
  • Well, there was no reason to believe she'd always be there
    But if you don't put faith in what you believe in
    It's getting you nowhere
    'Cos it hurts, you never let go
    Don't look down, just look up
    Cos she's always there to behind you, just to remind you

    Two hearts, believing in just one mind
    You know we're two hearts believing in just one mind

    'Cos there's no easy way to, to understand it
    There's so much of my life in her, and it's like I'm blinded
    And it teaches you to never let go
    There's so much love you'll never know
    She can reach you no matter how far
    Wherever you are

    Two hearts, believing in just one mind
    Beating together till the end of time
    You know we're two hearts believing in just one mind
    Together forever till the end of time

    She knows (she knows)
    There'll always be a special place in my heart for her
    She knows, she knows, she knows
    Yeah, she knows (she knows)
    No matter how far apart we are
    She knows, I'm always right there beside her

    We're two hearts, believing in just one mind
    Beating together till the end of time
    You know we're two hearts believing in just one mind
    Together forever till the end of time

    You know we're two hearts believing in just one mind
    Together forever, til the end of time
    Two hearts two hearts, believing in just one mind
    Beating together til the end of time Writer/s: Lamont Dozier, Phil Collins
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 7

  • Mitchell from Liverpool, UkPhil Collins recalls in his autobiography that he wrote the lyrics for this and 'Loco in Acapulco' overnight on the Mexican set of Buster, after Lamont Dozier had presented him with music for both.
  • Greg from Durham, NcThis song was the very first #1 played on Casey's Top 40 back on January 21, 1989.
  • Mark from Austin, TxAnd a few years before Phil did it, Paul McCartney did it in the video for Coming Up. (Ok, Linda played one or two roles, but it was mostly Paul playing the 8 or so members of the band.)
    And I ask you, what video is better?
    I love Paul and I really like Phil up until about 1989...but I think Hey Ya is a better song than both of these. (Unless you count the live version of Coming Up. That blows all three tracks away.)
  • Rusty from Lake Park, Mnthis song is one of the greatest songs in the world. Better than that emo punk @#$%
  • Jason from New York, NyYears before Andre 3000, Phil Collins played all the roles in the "Two Hearts" video, playing each and every "bamdmember" performing the song, as well as playing the "Buster" film editor watching the song on TV. So, I ask you... which is the better video? "Hey Ya"... or "Two Hearts"?
  • Andy from Arlington, VaCollins would later win the Oscar for "You'll Be in My Heart" from Disney's "Tarzan".
  • Peter from Mistelbach, AustriaYes, I'm the first with an comment to this song. I like the song.
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