Cross My Broken Heart

Album: Somewhere Between (1989)
  • Maybe it's true we're not together
    But when I close my eyes,
    You're still here.
    The sweet taste of love can last forever.
    Sometimes it makes me cry,
    But I still find a smile for every tear.

    Maybe I am blue,
    Maybe I'm crazy too,
    But I'll always love you...
    Cross my broken heart.

    When I hear your name in conversation,
    I melt into a dream.
    I can't forget.
    Don't get me wrong, I'm not complaining.
    It hurts me now and then
    But I'd do it all again,
    With no regrets.

    Maybe I am blue,
    Maybe I'm crazy too,
    But I'll always love you...
    Cross my broken heart.

    I could say love wasn't worth all the tears that it took,
    But I wouldn't lie to you now, you know I never could.

    Maybe I am blue,
    Maybe I'm crazy too,
    But I'll always love you...
    Cross my broken heart. Writer/s: MATTHEW JAMES AITKEN, PETER ALAN WATERMAN, MICHAEL STOCK
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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