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Bonnie Tyler – Save Up All Your Tears lyrics

(desmond child/ diane warren)
Producer for bonnie: desmond child

I can't figure you out
But a heart must be the one thing
You were born without
I'm through wasting my time
I don't know where I'll sleep tonight
You say that you can do without me
Go ahead now, try and live without me....

Baby, save up all your tears
You might need them someday
When the tears start to fall
I won't wipe them away
When you cry in the night
For the love that you need
Baby, save up your tears
Cause you'll be cryin' over me

You got used to my touch
I got used to not feeling much
Winter set in your eyes
Time will melt your castle of ice
You think that you won't feel the pain now
Your eyes'll be cryin' like the rain now....
Baby, save up all your tears
You might need them someday
When the tears start to fall
I won't wipe them away
When you cry in the night
For the love that you need
Baby, save up your tears
Cause you'll be cryin' over me
You don't know it now
But some wounds get deeper with time
You don't feel it now
Till the need burns, a knife turns
Your heart bleeds like mine....



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