"Listen To My Heart" as written by Joey Ramone, Johnny Ramone, Dee Dee Ramone and Tommy Ramone....
Next time I'll listen to my heart
Next time, well I'll be smart
Next time I'll listen to my heart
Next time, well I'll be smart

Next time I'll listen to my heart
Next time, well I'll be smart
Next time I'll listen to my heart
Next time, well I'll be smart

That girl could still be mine
But I'm tired of the hurt
Tired of tryin'
I'm tired of the pain
Tired of tryin'
I'm tired of cryin'

Next time I'll listen to my heart
Next time, well I'll be smart
Next time I'll listen to my heart
Next time, well I'll be smart

That girl could still be mine
But I'm tired of the hurt
Tired of tryin'
I'm tired of the pain
Tired of tryin'
I'm tired of cryin'

Next time I'll listen to my heart
Next time, well I'll be smart
Next time I'll listen to my heart
Next time, well I'll be smart
Next time I'll listen to my heart
Next time, well I'll be smart
Next time I'll listen to my heart
Next time, well I'll be smart


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"Listen to My Heart" as written by Douglas Colvin Dee Dee Ramone

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    General Comment"Listen to my Heart" was written By Dee Dee about a breakup. Dee Dee said in his autobiography that when he showed the song to the band, Tommy said: "'Oh, it doesn't have a middle eight (verse) in it.' So I just wrote the middle eight on the spot. Tommy couldn't believe I could do that."
    Shocktreatment77on November 15, 2007   Link
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    General Commentwell the ramones were the first punk band to start well i guess that makes them the punk legends
    RaMoNeSon July 01, 2002   Link

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