Into The Heart
by U2

Album: Boy (1980)
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  • Into the heart of a child
    I stay a while where I can go back

    Into the heart of a child
    I can smile
    I can go there

    Into the heart
    Into the heart of a child
    I can go back
    I can stay a while

    Into the heart
    Into the heart Writer/s: ADAM CLAYTON, DAVE EVANS, LARRY MULLEN, PAUL DAVID HEWSON
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 2

  • Chris W. from U.s.Boy (1980) I want someone to put this album in my coffin when I pass away. I was born 1980 and if someone found me one day far in the future they could play the album and hear music from the year I was born.
  • Philippe from Montreal, CanadaI think that the fact they did not put in many words push you to better focus on the beauty of the music....great song!
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