"Breakin' My Heart" as written by and Ron Wood....
Gotta stand firm go by what I say
If you don't, you'll never make a move out anyway
All that hassle to move away
You'll soon know when you hit USA
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[Unverified] L.A.

They took my guitars away
I got nothing to play
Except for damage and debris
You get broken hearts for free

I wouldn't emphasize so much
If I didn't know just where to touch
Maybe for you the hurt is so good
Maybe you like it so much

Must be breaking your heart
Knowing that you have to leave
You have to listen what I say
Gonna put it really clean

To get something good
You gotta want it really bad
To get something good
You gotta want it really bad

This is where you need to learn
All you care about what's gone down before
You must have gone low down crazy
In order to get real wise

You got to stand firm, believe
Believe and follow your nose
Because the market is much to tough
And nobody cares enough

When you're down on your luck
It's gonna have you off your knees
You have to listen what I say
Gonna put it really clean

It must be breaking your heart
Knowing that you have to leave
You have to listen what I say
Gonna through it really clean

To get something good
You gotta want it really bad
To get something good
You gotta want it really bad

Well, are you never gonna need?
To be helped up off your knees
I think you surely know what I mean
You're never gonna need

To be helped up off your knees
You must have gone low down crazy
In order to get real wise
You must have gone low down crazy

In order to get really wise
Surely can't hurt you
Come on there, I know from facts
It must be breaking your heart


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"Breakin' My Heart" as written by Barry Lewis Weeks Ian Ashley Eskelin

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