Anyone who ever loved, could look at me
And know that I love you
Anyone who ever dreamed, could look at me
And know I dream of you
Knowing I love you so

Anyone who had a heart
Would take me in his arms and love me too, fool
Couldn't be another heart that hurt me
Like you hurt me and be so untrue
What am I to do?

Every time you go away, I always say
This time it's goodbye, dear
Loving you the way I do
I take you back, without you I'd die, dear
Knowing I love you so

Anyone who had a heart
Would take me in his arms and love me too, fool
Couldn't be another heart that hurt me
Like you hurt me and be so untrue
What am I to do?

Knowing I love you so
Anyone who had a heart
Would take me in his arms and love me too, fool
Couldn't be another heart that hurt me
Like you hurt me and be so untrue

Anyone who had a heart would love me too
Anyone who had a heart would simply
Take me in his arms and always love me
Why won't you? Yeah

Anyone who had a heart would love me too
Anyone who had a heart would simply
Take me in his arms and always love me


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