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John Ralston – Whose Heart Are You Breaking Tonight? lyrics

Took a walk downtown tonight
Tried to find some evidence of us
Passed the wall we'd lean against
Our kiss like wrenching fingerprints just rising up
The church we used to break into
Where we would lay in love and lie in lust

Whose heart are you breaking tonight?
Whose heart are you breaking tonight?

The darkened windows of your house
Are you there or are you stepping out?
I thought of asking your front door
But she don't seem so friendly anymore
And I got a letter in my hand
I wonder if you'd even give a damn
It was meant to be to delivered
I pretend not to remember why I came here

Whose heart are you breaking tonight?
Whose heart are you breaking tonight?

There's a party
Where I'm supposed to be
Ohh, I don't want to go, but shit, I know
Promised all my friends that I would show
So, I'll smile and I'll play make believe that
Everything is cool with me
My head feels like a funeral
My heart is heavy like my soul
But I'm smiling
That's what you should know

Whose heart are you breaking tonight?
Whose heart are you breaking tonight?



Lyrics taken from http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/j/john_ralston/whose_heart_are_you_breaking_tonight.html

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