"Heartbreak Dream" as written by and Jessica Newham Peter Thomas Walsh....
It's you and me
It's slow dancing to anything playing
It's us colliding
It's never finding when we should say when

I-I-I can feel it
When I look in your eyes so clearly
I-I can see that you need me
And all that we were
I-I can taste it
All the days that you've been wastin'
I-I know that you can't face them
And all that we were

In a moment
You were everything to me
In this moment
We're living in a heartbreak dream
We're living in a heartbreak dream

It's holding hands
It's makin' plans that we're never keeping
It's silent drivin'
It's always finding reasons to sleep in

Ah, ah, when you're near me
I'm yelling and you can't hear me
Can you feel me, and all that we were?
I-I can taste it
All the days that we've been wastin'
I know that you can't face them
And all that we were

In a moment
You were everything to me
In this moment
We're living in a heartbreak dream

In a moment
You were everything to me
In this moment
We're living in a heartbreak dream
We're living in a heartbreak dream

When you hold me, it feels like you don't know me
We are worlds apart
When you kiss me, I know you haven't missed me
You keep breaking my heart
You keep breaking my heart
You keep breaking my heart

In a moment
You were everything to me
In this moment
We're living in a heartbreak dream
We're living in a heartbreak dream

We're living in a heartbreak dream
We're living in a heartbreak dream


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"Heartbreak Dream" as written by Peter Thomas Betty Who

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    General CommentI think this song is about how much someone means to you and how much your relationship is unique.
    edwinnaon August 09, 2014   Link

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