"Wooden Heart" as written by Benjamin Weisman, Fred Wise, Berthold Kaempfert and Kay Twomey....
Can't you see I love you
Please don't break my heart in two
That's not hard to do
'Cause I don't have a wooden heart

And if you say goodbye
Then I know that I would cry
Maybe I would die
'Cause I don't have a wooden heart

There's no strings upon this love of mine
It was always you from the start
Treat me nice, treat me good, treat me like you really should
'Cause I'm not made of wood and I don't have a wooden heart

There's no strings upon this love of mine
It was always you from the start
Treat me nice, treat me good, treat me like you really should
'Cause I'm not made of wood and I don't have a wooden heart


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"Wooden Heart" as written by Bert Kaempfert Kay Twomey

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC, SINDEE LEVIN

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