"Two Hearts" as written by Lamont Herbert Dozier and Phillip David Charles Collins....
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


Lyrics submitted by Boonechic_21

"Two Hearts" as written by Phillip David Charles Collins Lamont Herbert Dozier

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Peermusic Publishing, Universal Music Publishing Group, Downtown Music Publishing

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    General CommentMeaning: Distance means little as long as two lovers really care for each other.
    Ultimate Panopticonon April 04, 2006   Link
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    General CommentOr your guardian angel decided to squish in next to you and he thinks riding tandem in your brain is sweet and darling ....
    Come on! You know it is!
    You put a whole new slant on the possibilities that cosmic humor presents ...
    Gee, thanks loads ....I'm just trying to keep up with my trinity partners.
    Sure you are. I could tell instantly. Great song ....
    sillybunnyon August 21, 2006   Link
  • -1
    General CommentThe jester doffed his cap and bells
    The mocking court he stood before
    Could not see—the bitter smile
    Behind the painted grin he wore

    My clumsy feet—still in some mire
    Go crushing blossoms without end
    But it is a kind-well-meaning-heart I thrust
    Among the heart strings of a friend

    Some ill-timed truth we might have kept
    We know how sharp it pierced and stung
    But the word we had not sense to say
    Who knows how grandly it had rung?
    (Someone … probably …)

    Do you remember—heart’s desire
    The night when Halloween first came?
    Some wild and wonderful magical fire
    My entire world in white-hot flame
    How anxiously we sweated bricks
    How tragic we were when nothing went right
    And then the blaze un-wrapped its tricks
    And filled the room with dancing light
    We couldn’t speak but only gaze
    In half belief what we had seen
    Our hearts—our world—our golden blaze
    Our love affair—our Halloween

    Back then a thought occurred to me
    I ran outside with sudden shout
    And looked above my roof to see
    My own sweet heart fire drifting out
    And of all of life’s felicities
    A lovely one—says I
    Is when for the first time—she sees
    Her heart fire dancing in the sky


    Ed Sill—Fool’s Prayer and Christopher Morley—A Halloween Memory
    Paraphrased
    sillybunnyon September 15, 2006   Link
  • -1
    General CommentThe passion and the unicorn
    Walked by a flower bed
    The month was May—the time was morn
    Their hearts were dull as lead
    Ah, Unicorn, the passion cried
    How tragic is this spring
    With talk of love on every side
    And strange the demons sing
    Then arm and foreleg intertwined
    Both mourned their crazy fate
    The one was single of her kind
    The other could not date

    [paraphrased]
    sillybunnyon September 30, 2006   Link

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