"Restless Heart" as written by Lisa Maria Miskovsky and Joakim Herbert Berg....
Caught your eyes across the cantina floor
Hiding my smile when you passed through the door
We were young, only seventeen
Driving around in your daddy's dream

And I was your angel,
Oh baby, you were my king
And we had coins in our pockets,
And we had songs to sing
And I had my mom's dress,
No wedding ring
We walked down at the valley
But I couldn't hear your restless heart

You're always working,
Always running late
So, I eat my dinner
And watch the show that you hate
Oh, how can you spark,
When I burn so bright
And how can I breathe
When you will not fight

Love is like gold,
You just have to dig deep
It's not a diamond,
It's cool and it won't work with greed
At the end of the rainbow,
Your dreams come apart

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"Restless Heart" as written by Lisa Miskovsky Joakim Berg

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