Song Lyric Sunday (5/13/18) – Hearts

This week’s prompt for Helen’s Song Lyric Sunday is hearts.ย  There is no grand ballad or deep rock track that I settled on for this one. I have decided to return to my dancing ways and days for this one. And why not? Nothing wrong with a little dancing on Mother’s Day.

Nothing too deep in this one…so how about we just dance, dance dance to Dead or Alive‘s My Heart Goes Bang.

The other night a close friend told me
Never let my heart fall into careless hands
I said,”Thanks, that’s very nice, appreciate your good advice
But things don’t always go the way that I planned”

Oh, you, you, you take my heart and shake it up
You, you, you take my heart and break it up
Get me to the doctor

My heart goes bang, bang, bang, bang
My heart goes bang, bang, bang, bang
My heart goes bang, bang, bang, bang
My heart goes bang, bang, bang, bang

When I get in close to you, I do the things I never do
There’s no depression, doctor put me to the test
I’ve heard your lovin’ is the best
Well, he is right you know I need affection

Oh, you, you, you take my heart and shake it up
You, you, you take my heart and break it up
Get me to the doctor

My heart goes bang, bang, bang, bang
My heart goes bang, bang, bang, bang
My heart goes bang, bang, bang, bang
My heart goes bang, bang, bang, bang

Doctor, doctor
Give me the cure
Doctor, doctor
Give me the cure

Doctor, I’m consulting you
I wanna put myself into your careless hands
All I need’s a lovin’ dose, I feel much better when you’re close
I really hope things go the way I planned

Oh, you, you, you take my heart and shake it up
You, you, you take my heart and break it up
Get me to the doctor

My heart goes bang, bang, bang, bang
My heart goes bang, bang, bang, bang
My heart goes bang, bang, bang, bang
My heart goes bang, bang, bang, bang

My heart goes bang, bang, bang, bang
My heart goes bang, bang, bang, bang
My heart goes bang, bang, bang, bang
My heart goes bang, bang, bang, bang

Writer(s): Peter Jozzepi Burns, Michael David Percy, Stephen Coy, Timothy John Lever

 

23 comments

    1. This one was known as mine as well. When I was โ€œclubbingโ€ my tribe would look at me as soon as the first notes of the extended mix would play. They knew I was headed for the dance floor.

      Good times is right! Glad it brought bright memories for you.

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