My heart is breaking, darling
As the many tears are falling
Falling, Falling, Falling just for you
My eyes are burning, darling

While my heart is sad and yearning
Yearning, yearning, burning just for you
You didn't have to go and leave me all alone
I'm sure you think that breaking hearts are fun

But someday you may find out when your new love is gone
That deep inside your heart I'm still the one
I need you with me, darling
Always with me, darling

Need you, need you, need you I'm so blue
Hear my calling, darling
And stop these tears from falling
Falling, Falling, Falling just for you

My heart is breaking, darling
As the many tears are falling
Falling, Falling, Falling just for you
My eyes are burning, darling

While my heart is sad and yearning
Yearning, yearning, burning just for you
Well, you didn't have to go and leave me all alone
I'm sure you think that breaking hearts are fun

But someday you may find out when your new love is gone
That deep inside your heart I'm still the one
I need you with me, darling
Always with me, darling

Need you, need you, need you I'm so blue
Oh, hear my calling, darling
And stop these tears from falling
Falling, Falling, Falling just for you


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