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Count Dracula


My Crazy Heart


Oh Darling, my sweetheart,
This heart is crazy for you alone,
Wherever you go,
It only follows you,
It has been crazy for you since ages,
I cannot control it, it follows its own my,
My own heart, is only crazy for you,
What should I do, it is in love with you alone,
My heart has been hit by such a thorn of love,
Now the thorn cannot be removed ever,
It is only crazy for you,
What should I do,
I have succumbed to your eyes,
The cupid’s arrow from your eyes is embedded deep in my heart,
My heart is crazy about you and crazy for you alone,
What should I do,
Even if it means to make the world my enemy,
I do it for you,
Lets fall in love and not care about the world anymore,
My heart goes crazy only for you,
Nobody is ever going to come inbetween us,
Nothing is going to come between us,
For my name is lover and I am yours forever,
My heart goes crazy only for you;
I see the signs, that your heart too feels the same,
You know that your heart is crazy for me too,
My heart is crazy for you and yours is crazy for me,
I see it in your eyes, we have the same craziness inside,
Lets leave this world aside, and make our world our own;
My heart is crazy for you alone,
Wherever you go, it follows;
It has been crazy for you since ages,
It shall remain crazy for your forever.

Submitted: Thursday, June 02, 2011

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