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Cover Break your heart


The light on the plain

is fading with the day

Rocks and stones,

broken bones, bursten clay

In the distant light

you can see the hills

fade away

So why did you

break your heart?

Did you not have enough

to care for in your life

Why did you break your heart?

It doesn’t seem right

You roam along, by yourself,

‘till the break of dawn

The water’s there,

you stop and stare –

and move on

Somewhere in your heart

there is a memory

of what’s gone

You – don’t – want –

your greyness to fade

Happiness, sweet caress,

throw it away

Every building is a tombstone -

so you say

Zang: Esther Tolk

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