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Midland – This Old Heart lyrics

I've been drowning
Down and out and
Givin' myself a good draggin' around and
Living my life like an old country song, for too long
I've been lonesome
And out their on some world class benders that can get you put in fulsome
I just feel like a little opportunity, is what I need

This old heart's been kicked around
This old heart's had all it can take
It needs a little less wrecking, and a lot more affection
Some loving and a little less ache
This old heart
This old heart
This old heart, needs a break

So can I dance with you
And take a chance with you
Maybe start running through the rain, romance with you
Baby, cash out only in a winning streak, you and me

This old heart's been kicked around
This old heart's had all it can take
It needs a little less wrecking, and a lot more affection
Some loving and a little less ache
This old heart
This old heart
This old heart, it needs a break
Yeah, I need a break

I need three lucky sevens
To fall out of heaven right in my lap, just like that
And I've got a feeling my luck will change with you, yes I do

This old heart's been kicked around
This old heart's had all it can take
It needs a little less wrecking, and a lot more affection
Some loving and a little less ache
This old heart
This old heart
This old heart, needs a break
Yeah, it needs a break
Yeah, I need a break



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