Axixic

Axixic

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Country - Alternative | Ajijic, Jalisco, Mexico
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Lyrics

None But The Restless Heart

Now I know the gypsy wasn't lying.
'Cause every word she said came true
I guess I was lying to myself
And I guess I lied to you.
She told me but I didn't listen
Thought I had better things to do
Told me those like me are a breed apart,
Born with nothing but a restless heart

I don't expect you to understand or to see it my way
The gypsy curse was in my hand and it is to this day
To be understood by none, none but the restless heart.

Other hearts will seek a soulmate
Someone to bind their heart to
They'll search until they find that special one
And then their searchin's through
The restless heart just keeps on looking
Believing the next heart will be true
Marching single file until our time is done
To be understood by none.

I don't expect you to understand or to see it my way
The gypsy curse is in our hand, until our dying day
We'll be understood by none, none but the restless heart.

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I don't expect you to understand or to see it my way
The gypsy curse is in my hand and it is to this day
To be understood by none, none but the restless heart.
Understood by none, none but the restless heart
To be understood by none, none but the restless heart.

Song Length
4:23
Genres
Pop - Classic, Pop - Classic
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Poignant, Passive

Subject Matter
Heart, Existence

Similar Artists
Michael Buble, Frank Sinatra
Language
English
Era
1950 - 1959

Lyric Credits Bill Clarke
Music Credits Bill Clarke