"Heart Heart Head" as written by Andrew Robert Rosen and Janice Sue Meghan Myers....
I can barely speak, black and white bed sheets
I feel the air retreat, I know you're here with me

How do I fake it with another man?
How do I love him on the weekend?
How do I listen to another man?
How do I get off on the weekend?

You're in my heart, in my heart, in my head
You're in my heart, in my heart, in my head
You're in my heart, in my heart, in my head
You're in my heart, in my heart, in my head

Pressure on my lips, I'd die for just one kiss
Wake, I can't resist, could I be dreaming this?

How do I fake it with another man?
How do I love him on the weekend?
How do I listen to another man?
How do I get off on the weekend?

You're in my heart, in my heart, in my head
You're in my heart, in my heart, in my head
You're in my heart, in my heart, in my head
You're in my heart, in my heart, in my head

You're in my heart, in my heart, in my head
You're in my heart, in my heart, in my head
You're in my heart, in my heart, in my head
You're in my heart, in my heart, in my h-h-h


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"Heart Heart Head" as written by Andrew Robert Rosen Meg Myers

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    General CommentThis song is about being infatuated with a man while being in a relationship and considering her significant other, whom she be feels is the "other man" because the man she's infatuated with in love with/ enamored with/ obsessed with the guy who is in her "heart, in my head" and she takes the passion she has for him everywhere she goes to the point at the end of the song she screams and shrieks from anguish, love.

    "How do I fake it with another? How do I get off on the weekend?"

    She's trying to figure out how maintain normalcy around her boyfriend while being preoccupied with this man in heart heart and head.
    Enjoythe7on December 31, 2017   Link
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    General CommentI think this song is about not being with someone anymore (either death or breakup) that they were absolulty in love with. "How do I fake it with another man"
    And the line "How do I fake it on the weekend" imply the free time you would have (typical 9-5 weekdays and party time on weekends) "I know you're here with me" imply the guys dead. So I'm assuming a dead lover.
    Journeyfuron February 16, 2018   Link

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