"Heart On My Sleeve" as written by Maureen Mcdonald, Benedetto Rotondi, Eric Rosse and Mary Lambert....
Let me be your porch light
Your favorite star on the best night
A good year, a good fight (let me be)
Let me be a night walk
Locked eyes in the midday sun spark
Good love your whole life

Let me be, one hand, finding one hand
Two hearts making amends
With themselves at their end
'Cause I'm not sure who I was before
But the day I saw you at your door
You opened up the things I shut, the things I shut

Fast speed, got my heart on my sleeve
You're the one I gotta have
Might be just what I need
You're the one I gotta have

Let me be your compass
The light that you see in a sunset
Good love, your whole life

Let me be one hand, finding one hand
Two hearts making amends
With themselves at their end
I'm not sure who I was before
But the day I saw you at your door
You opened up the things I shut, the things I shut

Fast speed, got my heart on my sleeve
You're the one I gotta have
Might be just what I need
You're the one I gotta have

I could be
Let me be
I could be your
I could be your heart speed
Running as fast as a beat will take us

I could be
Let me be
I could be your
I could be your heart speed
Running as fast as a beat will take us

Yeah

Fast speed, got my heart on my sleeve
You're the one I gotta have
Might be just what I need
You're the one I gotta have

You're the one I gotta have
You're the one I gotta have


Lyrics submitted by Abbie96

"Heart on My Sleeve" as written by Mary Danielle Lambert Eric Rosse

Lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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