"Map To My Heart" as written by Guy Roche and Shelly Peiken....
White chocolate kisses under the stars
Riding on horses, boys with guitars
If you really wanna get the root of me
You don't have to try so hard

Give me a reason to dance in the dark
Be there to catch me and I'll fall apart
If you wanna know how to get to me
Follow the map to my heart

I cry for no reason
I laugh at awkward moments
There's no manual that explains where I'm going
So show me the way, show me the way

White chocolate kisses under the stars
Riding on horses, boys with guitars
If you really want to know how to get to me
Follow the map to my heart

You played that thing like you're talking again
You strum those strings like an angel of love
Did you notice I can't focus on nothing else?
What's making me come out of my shell?
Sometimes it's so hard to tell
I don't even know myself when you do, yeah, you do

Oh baby, don't ask for directions
I'm tired of explaining
There's no book I've read that says what I'm saying
So show me the way, show me the way

Give me a reason to dance in the dark
Be there to catch me and I'll fall apart
If you really want to get the root of me
You don't have to try so hard
If you wanna know how to get to me
Then follow the map to my heart

Just follow it, baby, to my, to my heart
Just follow




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"Map to My Heart [*]" as written by Guy Roche Shelly Peiken

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    MemoryI fell in love in with this song - actually the whole album - while I was being courted long distance by my now husband. I spent many hours on an airplane listening to Celine, among others, singing about love & the trials of a relationship.
    doosydaisyon September 19, 2011   Link

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