Boulevard Of Broken Hearts

Album: Living The Dream (2018)
  • You struggle night and day
    My shooting star, my burning flame
    How many dues you've paid
    But now the world is yours to take

    You thunder screaming out
    You can't have any doubt at all

    It's time to hear the call
    Of all you are, of all you are
    Stand up and find the top
    On the boulevard of broken hearts

    Remember long ago
    You were so young, how could you know
    This long and winding road
    Will lead you here but you're almost home

    What we endure in time
    Will in the end just make us strong

    It's time to hear the call
    Of all you are, of all you are
    Stand up and find the top
    On the boulevard of broken hearts

    Believe in what you seek and what you want
    Just define it
    Believe in what you see, my shooting star
    This is your time

    You struggle night and day
    My shooting star, my burning flame
    How many dues you've paid
    But now the world is yours to take

    It's time to hear the call
    Of all you are, of all you are
    Stand up and find the top
    On the boulevard of broken hearts

    On the boulevard of broken hearts

    It's time to hear the call
    Of all you are, of all you are
    Stand up and find the top
    On the boulevard of broken hearts

    On the boulevard of broken heartsWriter/s: Myles Richard Kennedy, Saul Hudson
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
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