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Kim Carnes – Divided Heart lyrics

Kim Carnes/Kathy Kurasch/Donna Weiss/Collin Ellingson)
You're looking through your window
Into the neon light
You trying to forget him
But the feeling keeps you up all night
Flashback flashback flashback
Only come from an abstract mind
I look back
I see you in your frame
I only wish I could climb through
But the wall around it stops me once again
Flashback flashback flashback
Only come from an abstract mind
Divided hearts
Why do they break
We watch them fall to pieces on the ground
Divided hearts
Why do they break
And we are left with our divided hearts
Standing conversation
Down at the Pink Cafe
You tellin' me you got reason
But I can't hear a single word you say
Flashback flashback flashback
Oh the code of the abstract mind
Divided hearts
Why do they break
We watch them fall to pieces on the ground
Divided hearts
Why do they break
And we are left with our divided hearts



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