"Even If My Heart Would Break" as written by and Adrian Israel/golde Gurvitz....
I've been around this world
I've been a lot of places
Seen a million faces in a thousand times
But when I looked into your eyes
I knew I found heaven
And I've been wanting to tell you
I never want to let you go

It may be winter in Eden
But what I'm feeling is summer in my heart
Is it too familiar to say I love you
Would you be suspicious if I asked your name, tell me
What would it take to really convince you
That I'm gonna love you, even if my heart would break

Seen a better day
I can feel it coming
I can hear it coming in the winter night
'Cause you turned this man into a true believer
When you left your traces on that moonlit night

It may be winter in Eden
But when I'm with you, with you, it's summer in my heart
Is it too familiar to say I love you
Would you be suspicious if I asked your name, tell me
What would it take to really convince you
That I'm gonna love you even if my heart would break

It may be winter in Eden
But when I'm with you, with you, it's always summer in my heart
So let the mountains tumble, tumble to the sea
Let the rivers overflow, it won't bother me
Let the stars go out tonight, 'cause I can see them in your eyes
I'm gonna love you even if my heart would break

Is it too familiar to say I love you
Would you be suspicious if I asked your name, tell me
What would it take to really convince you
That I'm gonna love you even if my heart would break
Even if my heart would break, I'm gonna love you
Even if my heart would break, I'm gonna love you
Let the stars go out tonight 'cause I can see them in your eyes
And I'm gonna love you, even if my heart would break


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"Even If My Heart Would Break" as written by Franne Golde Adrian Israel Gurvitz

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