David Heeley

Hearts - Poem by David Heeley

Lie down here with me
Can you hear it?
Can you hear?
Put your fingers there, yeah
Can you feel it?
Can you feel?
Press your lips against it
Can you taste it?
Can you taste?
Go on, look really closely
Can you see it?
Can you see?

It’s the beating of my heart
Cos I’m in love
I’m in love
My heart – it beats for you
The love is true
Love is true
The beating of my heart
Means I’m in love
I’m in love
My heart’s beating for you
Cos I love you
I love you

My ear is pressed against you
I can hear it!
I can hear!
I put my hand upon it
I can feel it!
I can feel!
My lips caress your chest
I can taste it!
I can taste!
If I look really closely
I can see it!
I can see!

It’s the beating of your heart
Cos you’re in love
You’re in love
Your heart – it beats some more
The love is pure
Love is pure
The beating of your heart
Means you’re in love
You’re in love
Your heart’s beating for me
Cos you love me
You love me

Our hearts – they beat together
We’ll be together
They’ll beat forever
And ooh, my pulse is racing
When I’m with you
I am with you
Four thousand beats an hour
I feel the power
Feel the power
And till the final beat
I will be there
I am here

Cos my heart – it beats for you
The love is pure
Our love is true
Your heart – it beats for me
I can feel it
I can see

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Poem Submitted: Friday, September 30, 2005

Poem Edited: Monday, May 24, 2010

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