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(S. Climie/C. Carter)

I don't need you to mend my broken heart
Not afraid you can throw your sticks and stones
But this love is tearing me apart
I've got a wounded heart
And it won't stop beating
Tried to keep it a casual affair
Nonetheless we get careless 'cos we care
Why does love make me fall apart
It only hurts my heart
And it won't stop beating
Got a wounded heart
And it won't stop beating
No matter what I do
A wounded heart
That keeps repeating
I'm missing you
Missing you
Got a wounded heart
And it won't stop leading
Me right back to you
A wounded heart
Do you need me like I need you
You know I'm tryin'
To get some piece of mind
But I can't seem to put
The past behind
I don't want you
Living in my dreams
No matter how it seems
I don't want you
I gotta wounded heart
And it won't stop beating
No matter what I do
A wounded heart
That keeps repeating
I'm missing you
Missing you
Got a wounded heart
And it won't stop leading
Me right back to you
A wounded heart
You need me like I need you

[Solo]

Oh you know I'm missing you, ooh
I gotta wounded heart
And it won't stop beating
No matter what I do
A wounded heart
That keeps repeating
I'm missing you
I'm missing you, missing you
Got a wounded heart
And it won't stop leading
Me right back to you
A wounded heart
Keeps repeating
I'm missing you



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