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Ooh she moves like a racehorse. And her eyes shiver, shift and curve. When
She cries, it's like a galeforce. Because she is suffering from a twisted
Nerve. Twisted nerve.
She went and married him when she was only twenty. Twisted nerve. Twisted
Nerve. We always knew that he would leave her cold and empty. Twisted
Nerve.
The human heart never skips a beat. The human heart tears her apart. But
She'll always be out there waiting.
When he talks it's like a perfume. But she knows it's a poison gas. So she
Puts his hand where her heart is. So he can feel it shattering.
Like a pane of glass. Twisted nerve. When she found him we all thought
She'd got religion.
Twisted nerve. Twisted nerve. Hear the sound of prayers coming from the
Kitchen. Twisted nerve.
The human heart never skips a beat. The human heart tears her apart. But
She'll always be out there waiting.

The human heart tears her apart. But she'll always be out there waiting.
Twisted nerve, twisted nerve, twisted nerve, twisted nerve.

Now she waits in the bedroom. She's awake, he's asleep.
She treats his heart like an heirloom. He drags hers shivering through the
Street.
The human heart never skips a beat. The human heart tears her apart. But
She'll always be out there waiting.

The human heart never skips a beat. The human heart tears her apart. But
She'll always be out there waiting. The human heart tears her apart. But
She'll always be out there waiting.



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