I've spent some time on the hurtin' side
Of a love that only let me down
You've been alone out there on your own
Tryin' to find something you never found
I thought for sure I had given up
'Til I felt the fire of your touch

Love melts even the coldest hearts
Love mends even the broken parts
That we lock deep inside
Oh hoah, I swore I'd never let love in
You said you'd never love again
But here we are
Because love melts even the coldest hearts

Lonely nights, bitter tears
Oh how they left their mark
But now I find my doubts disappear
In the warmth of your arms
Love melts even the coldest hearts

Oh hoah
Love melts even the coldest parts
Love mends even the broken parts
That we lock deep inside
Oh hoah, I swore I'd never let love in
You said you'd never love again
But here we are
Because love melts even the coldest hearts

Woah
Love melts even the coldest hearts
Ooh


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