"Between a Rock and a Heartache" as written by and Larry Wayne Clark Ronald Norman Irving....
There's a calm before the storm
In the deep blue water rise
So many danger signs
I've come to recognise

I should go but I hold on
I swallow back my pride
Leaving should be natural
But how can I decide

Between a rock, and a heartache
There is just no place left to turn
Way down deep, I know I can't win
With the choice I've got to make
Between a rock, and a heartache

Every morning when I wake up
Rise the face of day
I swear this time is over
There is nothing left to say

You call me up sweet talking
Saying we'll be friends
Even though is crazy
I know I am trapped again

Between a rock, and a heartache
There is just no place left to turn
Way down deep, I know I can't win
With the choice I've got to make
Between a rock, and a heartache

I love to hear it and all I see is bad news
It tears me up to know, I've got to chose

Between a rock, and a heartache
There is just no place left to turn
Way down deep, I know I can't win
With the choice I've got to make
Between a rock, and a heartache

Between a rock, and a heartache
There is just no place left to turn
Way down deep, I know I can't win
With the choice I've got to make
Between a rock, and a heartache

Between a rock, and a heartache
Between a rock, and a heartache


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"Between a Rock and a Heartache" as written by Larry Wayne Clark David Simmonds

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