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I Love You But I’m Lost by Tears For Fears. I Love You But I'm Lost.
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Lost in the maze of the back streets I struggled Fighting my way through a whole lot of trouble Too many people were talking without moving their mouths Smell the gaze, smell the lights, ever wondered 'bout the lies that have stolen my thunder In the haze of my mind all the wires were crossed I love you but I'm. lost. From a flame to the spark of an ember To a fire on the 5th of November We are straight from the light Now we count the dots I love you but I'm lost I love you but I'm lost
I gambled on your words until they left me empty. I believed them until they lost their meaning, I trusted them until they no longer made sense. I cherished them until I realized they’re being said to everyone. I gambled on their sweetness, the way they made me smile, how they made my heart skip a beat and how I loved reading them out loud because they sounded like a beautiful song. I gambled on your music until it lost its rhythm. I gambled on your persistence
Porter Wagoner & Dolly Parton sing 'If Teardrops Were Pennies' at the Grand Ole Opry on June 23, 1973. Songwriter was Carl Butler. gold I'd have all the riches my pockets would hold I'd be oh so wealthy with treasures untold If teardrops were pennies and heartaches were gold But teardrops aren't pennies And heartaches aren't gold.
Tears in rain" (also known as the "C-Beams Speech") is a monologue delivered by character Roy Batty (portrayed by Rutger Hauer) in the 1982 Ridley Scott film Blade Runner. Written by David Peoples and altered by Hauer from the scripted lines the night before filming, the monologue is frequently quoted; critic Mark Rowlands described it as "perhaps the most moving death soliloquy in cinematic history". The speech appears as the last track on the film's soundtrack album. All those moments will be lost in time, like tears in rain. The main character, Bruna Husky, is aware of her mortality in the same way that Roy Batty and his crew were, and Bruna often thinks about the significance of Batty's monologue
When you love someone. And then you found you've lost. Why must a true heart be left to pay the cost. Why must a heart that has been true. Be broken and sad, so empty and blue. I gambled my heart and I lost it to you. Now I'll spend my life wondering why I love you. Someday you'll know why I'm so blue. When you've gambled your heart. And you've lost it too. Why must it be the one you want most of all. They'll build you up and then let you fall. They'll lead you on, you'll think that they're true
Read about If Teardrops Were Pennies from Carl Butler's Honky Tonkitis and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Connect to this site.
Lost in the maze of the back streets I struggled Fighting my way through a whole lot of trouble Too many people were talking without moving their mouths So many days so many nights ever wonder By the lies that have stolen my thunder In the haze of my mind all the wires were crossed. I love you but I’m lost. From a flame to the spark of an ember To a fire on the 5th of november We escaped from the light now we count the cost I love you but I’m lost.
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|JU 204||The Controllers||I Gambled On Your Love And I Lost / If Tears Were Pennies (12")||Juana||JU 204||US||1981|
|JU 1951||The Controllers||I Gambled On Your Love And I Lost / If Tears Were Pennies (7", Single, Jukebox)||Juana||JU 1951||US||1981|