Greg Johnson

Greg Johnson

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Pop - Rock | Davis, California, United States
Total Song Plays: 1,179   
Member Since: 2019
   Last Login: 11/18/2019

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Story Behind the Song

Song in which the singer is having a conversation with his heart about the pain they've gone through

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Broadjam Member Reviews

This is a good song and it pleases the ears. The harmony is good and it resembles classic rock like Wild Horses Rolling Stones. The chorus is also nice.

    - Ogorod

I loved this song! It is beautiful. The voice is well suited. It reminds me of an Eagles composition. Well recorded too.

    - Toni Fournier
Lyrics

My Heart

I don't know what to tell you my heart
I know this time you've been torn apart
And I'm not sure
That your ever gonna be the same

I know we've been down this road before
I know I convinced you to open the door
I should have known where we'd end up
And I'm completely to blame

But I have known the hunger and felt the need
That both of us have been dying to feed
And I could not resist the chance for simply hoping again
But with the damage done now it's hard to tell
If this is the end, the final farewell
I'm not sure you can let yourself open again

I don't know why our dreams can't come true
Why fate's so unkind to me and you
Why we always end up here despite our best intentions

The will to love runs so deep in you
Why we suffer so, well I haven't a clue
Surely one way love must be God's cruelest invention

And I am sorry that I opened you up to the need
That both of us........

Song Length
3:35
Genres
Rock - Classic, Pop - Easy Listening
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Passive, Heartbreaking

Subject Matter
Sadness
Similar Artists
The Eagles, Glenn Frey
Language
English
Era
1970 - 1979

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