"Other People's Hearts" as written by and Gavin Roderick Povey Kirsty Anna Maccoll....
I'm staying home this evening
And playing my guitar
And all the time I'm strumming
I'm wondering where you are
Oh yes I know it's over
I know I shouldn't care
But I can't get away from you
It seems you're always there

How come I don't see you anymore?
How come we lost the magic touch?
Why can't I pick up the telephone
When I want to call you so much?
Who's going to make me forget you
And get you off my mind?
I could be out breaking other people's hearts
If you weren't still breaking mine

The winter's drawing in again
Another year has passed
Now I think of things I meant to say
But the time went by so fast
I hear you're living in new york these days
And you don't come here any more
I keep asking myself so many questions
But lately I wonder what I'm wondering for

Who's going to make me forget you
And get you off my mind?
I could be out breaking other people's hearts
If you weren't still breaking mine

I let you pass me by
I never tried too hard
Though you'll never see me cry
You really made your mark

How come I don't see you anymore?
How come we lost the magic touch?
And why can't I pick up the telephone
When I want to hear your voice so much?
Who's going to make me forget you
And get you off my mind?
I could be out breaking other people's hearts
If you weren't
If you weren't still breaking mine



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"Other People's Hearts" as written by Kirsty Anna Maccoll Gavin Roderick Povey

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