"Open Your Heart" as written by and Steve Gregoropoulous Becky Stark....
Well the streets are low when you have to go
Where are you runnin' to?
Where are you runnin' to?

Well the streets are low when you have to go
Where are you runnin' to?
Where are you runnin' to?

Open your heart
Tear it apart
Open your heart
Tear it apart

Well the streets are low when you have to go
Where are you runnin' to?
Where are you runnin' to?

Well the streets are low when you have to go
Where are you runnin' to?
Where are you runnin' to?

Open your heart
Tear it apart
Open your heart
Tear it apart

Well the streets are low when you have to go
Where are you runnin' to?
Well the streets are low when you have to go
Where are you runnin' to?

Open your heart
Tear it apart
Open your heart
Tear it apart



Lyrics submitted by frog_boxer

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    General Commenti'm not sure what this song is about, but it is very pretty. i think the artist is talking about when you open your heart but it doesn't go exactly to plan, so its torn apart, and you just feel like running away.
    greengirl27on August 26, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI like that interpretation. It's certainly a bit more moody than the tone of the song suggests.
    ratanxon November 13, 2007   Link
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    General CommentPretty song, although a bit more depth would be nice.
    Technophobiaon November 23, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti'm going to go all buddhist-philosopher (or something) on this song for a moment and say simply put: there is nowhere to run to when you are alone. rather than be consumed by fear of being alone, focus your mind (will in action) and it will open your true heart (true power). it's a liberation song a la 'redemption song.'
    majordangeron January 05, 2008   Link

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