Mary Gulston

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Rock - Funk | Brooklyn, New York, United States
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Member Since: 2002
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When I think about your leaving.
It just makes me fall apart.
I never found the words to let you know.
What was in my heart.
Since you?ve been gone, as time moved on
My one saddest regret is thinking had we spoken from the heart
You?d still be here yet

Had we spoken from the heart.
When we talked about our dreams.
We?d have never grown apart.
When love was tearing at the seams
If we had talked and found a way.
As winds of change blew us astray
Would we be making a new start.
Had we spoken from the heart

At times I sit and wonder
About all that might have been.
Had we found a way to open up
With things locked away within
It might have been a lasting love.
We threw the chance away.
To think that had we spoken from the heart.
Words could have found the way


Had we spoken from the heart
When the storm clouds were gathering
And the all the well laid plans
We never talked about were shattering
If we had thought of things to say
We might still be together, today
Would we be making a new start
Had we spoken from the heart

Now as time goes by.
And I think of you again
It tears me up to think I lost my lover my best friend

Had we spoken from the heart
When we talked about our dreams
We?d have never grown apart
When love was tearing at the seams
Had we talked and found a way
As winds of change blew us astray
Would we be making a new start
Had we spoken from the heart
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Song Length
3:30
Genres
Pop - General, Pop - Classic
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal

Subject Matter
Regret, Breaking Up

Similar Artists
Babyface, Michael Bolton
Language
English

Lyric Credits Mary Gulston & Dean Bailin
Music Credits Mary Gulston
Producer Credits Dean Bailin
Publisher Credits UBAK Publishing Co.
Performance Credits Wesley