Every night in my dreams
I see you, I feel you,
That is how I know you go on

Far across the distance
And spaces between us
You have come to show you go on

Near, far, wherever you are
I believe that the heart does go on
Once more you open the door
And you're here in my heart
And my heart will go on and on

Love can touch us one time
And last for a lifetime
And never let go till we're gone

Love was when I loved you
One true time I hold you
In my life we'll always go on

Near, far, wherever you are
I believe that the heart does go on
Once more you open the door
And you're here in my heart
And my heart will go on and on

You're here, there's nothing I fear,
And I know that my heart will go on
We'll stay forever this way
You are safe in my heart
And my heart will go on and on


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My Heart Will Go On Lyrics as written by Will Jennings James Horner

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    yes u are

    Lindzon May 17, 2002   Link
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    NFG does a kick ass job singing this song. Whenever I sing this cover version at school people tell me I'm singing the tune all wrong .. it's like "no I'm not. I'm singing New Found Glory's version!" ok i'm dumb..

    new found girlyon May 13, 2002   Link
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    but its ok, b/c im dumb in that way too. i LOVE it when bands that are actually worth listening to cover songs that have good lyrics but pathetic original artists....not saying that i like this song.....ok, so i love this, bite me.

    dr.jacobon May 19, 2002   Link
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    WTF??? I personally am a NFG fan but this is really stupid! I mean, rock version of my heart will go on? that's just ridiculously hilarious. I think they ruined the song.

    jonathan0226on June 20, 2002   Link
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    it's a good cover man, have you ever heard it?

    NFGPunkron June 20, 2002   Link
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    one nice thing about this song is its really upbeat and uplifting to listen to. an interesting version of my heart will go on, yes, but i don't hate it at all.

    EMOmentson July 09, 2002   Link
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    this is the only nfg cover i ever enjoyed. i dont know why i like this one, i hate titanic and celine dion.

    time_bomb666on July 12, 2002   Link
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    This is one of the best covers of NFG !! This song rulz!

    Stinoson July 28, 2002   Link
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    Even tho this is a cover to a stupid song NFG totally makes it the best punk cover ever! The guy im seein first made me download this and he called it our song and even tho me and him didnt work out i have been a punk emo girl ever since! NFG is totally my favorite band ever and i love each and every one of their songs but this one holds a special place in my heart....PUKE but oh well! hehe

    sadpunkergurlon July 28, 2002   Link
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    haha...i found this song to be hilarious, just to picture it on the titantic cd...haha, i like it.

    ...AllStarMe...on August 06, 2002   Link

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