"Heart Condition" as written by and Shana Levy....
This heart condition that you have
Is not all its cracked up to be.
Its not bringing you
The attention that you think it ought to be.
And let us for a moment
Imagine that this you I'm speaking of is me.

I am worrying that I am falling down
And this time is different.
My heart has finally stopped beating
And the world has revealed itself.

But I am winning an imaginary race
That ends in nowhere.
My heart condition's just acting up
As I proceed with plans to get there.

Skeletons are underneath the floorboards
In the boxes that I forgot.
The killer is still on the loose
I hope they catch 'em fast before he stops my heart.

But I am winning an imaginary race
That ends in nowhere.
My heart condition's just acting up
As I proceed with plans to get there.

Motionless I wake up face down,
Drowning in my bed like a shallow pool.
Air is trapped with words
I never had the chance to say in elementary school.

And I am winning an imaginary race
That ends in nowhere.
My heart condition's just acting up
As I proceed with plans to get there.


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"Heart Condition" as written by Shana Levy

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    General CommentThis is an amazing song, by an amazing band. I feel like it deserves more comments :]. She's totally in love with someone who doesnt love her in return. Shes waking up to realize that not all things are going her way, but shes in denial of it.
    EvenIfitsnotemoon October 02, 2006   Link
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    General Commenti completely agree.
    but maybe she loves someone she cant have.
    alioopityon August 08, 2007   Link
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