"Obvious Heart" as written by Scott Anderson, Sean Anderson, Rich Beddoe, James Black and Rick Jackett....
The obvious heart has come to collect
'Cause it tore apart like a tortured insect
The obvious heart waits here to heal
And balances out a subtle reveal

'Cause there's a remedy close
In a familiar dose
This bitter pill to swallow
Is last in the bottle tonight
You're empty it's alright

And full of yourself
No need to explain
To anyone else
Broken in time
Taken what's left
No need to deny
The cause or effect

This heart is not a broken one
But where have all the colors gone
It's still among the lucky ones

This heart is not a broken one
But where have all the colors gone
You're still among the lucky ones
And burning longer than the sun

'Cause there's a remedy close
In a familiar dose
Now you can find out who knows
Soaking the truth that she says
In taken chances

Lyrics submitted by rjbucs28

"Obvious Heart" as written by James Black Richard Jackett

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group, Reservoir One Music, RESERVOIR MEDIA MANAGEMENT INC

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    General Commenti take this song to be about a person who is longing to be with someone without noticing that there is someone else ("the obvious heart") that they've known for a long time ("there's a remedy close, in a familiar dose") who is really what they need. but the person is so caught up in their feelings ("so full of yourself") that nothing else registers, even the fact that being without the person they're longing for isn't as bad as they make it out to be ("this heart is not a broken one")
    salsashark2004on January 12, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI think this song is about drugs.
    pull_the_triggeron February 17, 2006   Link
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    General Commenti agree w/ salsashark2004. this is such a good song
    amazingxOxOjeSS19o2on April 12, 2006   Link

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