Listen To Your Heart

Album: All This Life (2017)
  • We're as different as can be
    But we still connect perfectly
    A certain kind of chemistry
    That they can't define easily

    Head is saying give up
    Don't go on, it's too much
    Listen to your heart
    Listen to your heart

    It will speak to you
    If you let it

    No solutions guaranteed
    If you live your life
    Down upon your knees
    Like the worst is bound to be
    Got to let it go
    And you will be free

    Head is saying give up
    Don't go on, it's too much
    Listen to your heart
    Listen to your heart

    We're not at the end yet
    Even at the sunset
    Listen to your heart
    Listen to your heart

    It will speak to you
    If you let it
    It will pull you through
    Don't forget it

    When all the fires start to fall
    You feel you're up against it all
    Don't think the writing's on the wall
    Listen to your heart
    Listen to your heart

    Listen to your heart
    Listen to your heart
    Listen to your heart
    Listen to your heart
    Listen to your heart
    Listen to your heart
    Listen to your heart
    Listen to your heart

    It will speak to you
    If you let it
    It will pull you through
    Don't forget it Writer/s: Ben Byrne, James Stelfox, James Walsh, Barry Westhead
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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