Hello, hello, hello, hello heartbreak
Hello, hello, hello, hello heartbreak

I got a strange connection to pain
I can't seem to walk away from hurt
I'm always running into dangers

I know I need protection in chain
But it's affection's what I long for
(Hello, hello, hello, hello heartbreak)
It cuts me deep but I'm still wanting more

Hello heartbreak, it's good to see you
Happiness came but it just lets me down, lets me down
(Hello, hello, hello, hello heartbreak)
(Hello, hello, hello, hello heartbreak)

Hey there sadness, I know I need you
'Cause when all else fails you'll always be around, be around
(Hello, hello, hello, hello heartbreak)
(Hello, hello, hello, hello heartbreak)

Hello, hello, hello, hello heartbreak
Hello, hello, hello, hello heartbreak

I got this huge attraction to you
I must be going out my mind, wasting time
(Hello, hello, hello, hello heartbreak)
I'm aching deep inside

Hello heartbreak, it's good to see you
Happiness came but it just lets me down, lets me down
(Hello, hello, hello, hello heartbreak)
(Hello, hello, hello, hello heartbreak)

Hey there sadness, I know I need you
'Cause when all else fails you'll always be around, be around
(Hello, hello, hello, hello heartbreak)
(Hello, hello, hello, hello heartbreak)

Hello heartbreak, it's good to see you
Happiness came but it just lets me down, lets me down
(Hello, hello, hello, hello heartbreak)
(Hello, hello, hello, hello heartbreak)

Hey there sadness, I know I need you
'Cause when all else fails you'll always be around, be around
(Hello, hello, hello, hello heartbreak)
(Hello, hello, hello, hello heartbreak)

Hello, hello, hello, hello heartbreak
Hello, hello, hello, hello heartbreak



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Hello Heartbreak Lyrics as written by JAMES SCHEFFER, RICHARD BUTLER

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC

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    lyrics are pretty obvious, but the song is so catchy! turn the lights on yall! :)

    noyieon October 17, 2008   Link
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    General Comment

    I love this song ! Makes me sort of sad and happy at the same time ?

    I think the lyrics on the site are a bit wrong though, should it not be : i got a strange connection to pain, i can't seem to walk away from hurt. i'm always running into dangers. i know i need protection and change but his affections what i'm longing for. it cuts me deep but i'm still wanting more.

    LauriePie-xon October 29, 2008   Link

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