"Man With An Open Heart" as written by Adrian Belew, William Scott Bruford, Robert Fripp and Anthony Charles Levin....
She wouldn't need to be a bird without a wing
Or be a servant to a telephone ring
She could be sleeping in the comfort of another bed
It wouldn't matter to a man with an open heart
Here comes right now

She could be moody, dramatic as a play
Or be evasive as a shadow in the shade
Could be irregular and singing in her underwear
It wouldn't matter to a man with an open heart
Here comes right now...

Her wild and wise womanly
Introspectiveness
Her faults and files of foolishness

Wouldn't matter to a man with an open heart
Here comes right now


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"Man With an Open Heart" as written by Anthony Charles Levin Adrian Belew

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    General CommentI think this song is pretty self explanatory. It's saying that you shouldn't be overbearing or too protective over your girlfriend.
    "She could be moody, dramatic as a play" Yeah, she has her faults and little things that make her odd but if you really love her than it shouldn't matter.
    That's what I get out of it.

    I also have to add that this is my favorite King Crimson song ever. It's just so catchy and well made. It's so hard to find this album though. If you see "Three of A Perfect Pair" I recommend it.
    Aftermathon September 13, 2005   Link

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