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Wild Hearts Run Out Of Time lyrics

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Roy Orbison – Wild Hearts Run Out Of Time lyrics

You're gone again this morning
How long will you keep running on and on
Can't you see the warning
I need you more than ever
Before you're gone forever
Please don't let your heart run out of time

Wild hearts run out of time
When you're up against the night
Don't stand there all alone
In the dying of the light

Wild hearts run out of time
And you'll need a love like mine
To show you hope is there
In the sunshine of your mind
Wild hearts run out of time

Don't let this old world turn you
Dont' let the wild life hurt you anymore
Don't let the bright lights burn you
Please don't stand there crying
Because the time is flying
I can't let your heart run out of time

Wild hearts run out of time
When you're up against the night
Don't stand there all alone
In the dying of the light

Wild hearts run out of time
And you'll need a love like mine
To show you hope is there
In the sunshine of your mind
Wild hearts run of time

It could be yours or mine
It happens all the time
Wild hearts run out of time

It could be yours or mine
It happens all the time
Wild hearts run out of time

Wild hearts run out of time



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