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Steve Wariner – Talk To Her Heart lyrics

(Bill Anderson/Jim Weatherly/Steve Wariner)
Boys we're living in a brave new world
Let me tell you what I've learned about girls
In this age of high tech and state of the art
When it comes to love you've still gotta talk to her heart.
She can have a college degree
MBA or a Ph.D.
She can be strong and she can be smart
But when it comes to love, you've still got to talk to her heart.
You got to be honest you got to be real
You got to tell her how you really do feel
Don't talk about fishin' don't talk about cars
Talk about the moon and talk about the stars
Tell her she's beautiful just talk to her heart.
You got to be honest you got to be real
You got to tell her how you really do feel
Don't talk about fishin' don't talk about cars
Talk about the moon and talk about the stars
Tell her she's beautiful just talk to her heart.
Well there's been a lot of changes since time began
But nothing's changed between a woman and a man
It's how things were it's how things are
When it comes to love you've still got to talk to her heart.
When it comes to love you've still got to talk to her heart...



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