"How Many Hearts" as written by and Francis Healy....
How many hearts
Does it take to break
All of the bonds
That young lovers make
Hoping to find
The next golden egg
One that will shine
Through the rest of time

How many roads
Must there need to be
Hoping inside
You could mean to me
Open your mouth
Build your sermon there
Give me more time
Do the best I can

Hopelessly hoping our plan will wake up
Hoping it all will be fine
Holding our candles through weather or not
Love be the enemy now
Now for the rest of time

A long time ago
There was only me
And there was no
Rings eternally
Won't be the same
No one there to blame
No longer care

And you are, and you are a new age

Hopelessly hoping our plan will wake up
Hoping it all will be fine
Holding our candles through weather or not
Love be the enemy now
Now for the rest of time

And you are and you are a new age


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"How Many Hearts" as written by Francis Healy

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    General CommentHey my second relationship is the one, so I was close. I love this tune. Travis puts Scotland on the map.
    Celtic_FCon January 27, 2006   Link
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    General Commenti love this song "How many hearts
    Does it take to break All of the bonds
    That young lovers make? Hoping to find
    The next golden egg One that will shine
    Through the rest of time" This is so true...I think the right person will most likely not be the first person you have a relationship with...and finding this someone is not easy.((unless you count all those cliche movies out there)) i think this song is so pretty
    points2honestyon March 18, 2005   Link
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    My OpinionI honestly think this song might be about matrimony... or not. But I don't know.

    And I see a typo: "weather", rather than "whether"?
    Tsuppion January 12, 2010   Link

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