Lindemberg Pereira da Silva
'A Call From A Lonely Heart'
Maybe your voice will be
In the other side of the line
I am afraid of being alone
I am afraid of being without you tonight.
Just hold on for a moment
I won't be late
Don't hang the phone up
Untill our love is safe.
Can you hear my lonely heart calls you?
It calls your name even you are so far...
I'm in tight ropes, it's hard to breathe
Drowning in my loneliss, with my heart on my hands.
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