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(Hugh Prestwood)

Her heart could tell at a glance
She would be falling for him
She knows she's taking a chance
But still goes out on a limb

She knows he could be for real
Or he could be in disguise
Although she may have a heart on fire
She don't have smoke in her eyes

She learned a long time ago
That love has no guarantees
She knows how warm it can glow
She knows how hard it can freeze

She knows that on down the line
They could be waving good-byes
Although she may have a heart on fire
She don't have smoke in her eyes

Well she used to say that taking
Was what hearts were all about
'Til the day hers was breaking
And the love inside poured out

Somewhere there's peace on this Earth
Somewhere there's moon up above
Somebody's got to be first
To say they're falling in love

She won't be sorry she did
No matter what he replies
Although she may have a heart on fire
She don't have smoke in her eyes



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