"Hurt in your Heart" as written by and John Martyn....
When that hurt in your heart has gone;
When that hurt in your heart has gone.
When that hurt in your heart has gone,
Give me a call.

Darling, that's all that you have to do.
Show me a sign;
A word or a line,
One stitch in time,
To save this poor heart
From breaking.

When that hurt in your heart has gone;
When that hurt in your heart has gone.
When that hurt in your heart has gone,
I'll still be your friend.

Right to the end of forever
And further still.
This hurting will mend,
And I hope you'll remember all the time;
Hope you'll remember every line,
Hope you'll remember
All the love, all the love, all the love.

When that hurt in your heart has gone;
When that hurt in your heart has gone.
When that hurt in your heart has gone,
Just say my name.

You don't have to say it loud;
I'll still feel the same
And I'll still be true,
Waiting for you
To come sailing through,
'Cause you know you can.

When that hurt in your heart has gone;
When that hurt in your heart has gone.
When that hurt in your heart has gone,
Give me a call...


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    General CommentThe love of his life has left him...Here's hoping she remembers the good times. Still in love with her he wants her back...What a break up song!
    John Martyn is the Gov'nor..
    Davey Don February 11, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThe love of his life has left him...Here's hoping she remembers the good times. Still in love with her he wants her back...What a break up song!
    John Martyn is the Gov'nor..
    Davey Don February 11, 2006   Link
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    General CommentPure emotion. Lyrics flowing into a stream of consciousness grieving...just beautiful.
    Arkyopterixon August 25, 2009   Link

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