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Cold Heart
Cold Heart

Piano and Vocals - TC Brewitz
Cello - Helen Louden

Like a clock that is ticking
When it?s time to go to sleep
Like an oh, so missing shoulder
When you feel like you could weep
Like a rainy summer (come on, now, tell me)
Like a joke that isn?t funny
It?s a bad, bad cold
It?s a cold heart

Like a door that isn?t open
And you struggle to get in
Like a race with the prize of endless love
And you feel that you can?t win
And it?s always Monday
And it?s always so cruel
It?s a bad, bad cold,
It?s a cold heart

Well, to me it?s a like a foggy land
Where you cannot find your way
It?s a total confusion
Should I go or should I stay
And the winner is another one
Who just looks upon me with some pity
It?s a bad, bad cold
It?s a cold heart

And you wake up to another day
To beg for somewhat love
And you have not yet created strength
To raise your head, to look above
For all that many years that?ll take you to discover
That the struggle is so pointless
When you mean nothing to a once devoted lover
Lyric Credits: Therese TC Brewitz
Music Credits: Therese TC Brewitz
Producer Credits: Ben Yonas
Publisher Credits: Therese TC Brewitz
Performance Credits: Therese TC Brewitz
Label Credits: Therese TC Brewitz
Song Length: 4:38
Primary Genre: Folk-Contemporary
Secondary Genre: Pop-Lullaby
Tempo / Feel: Very Slow (Under 70)
Lead Vocal: Female Vocal
Subject Matter 1: Heartbreak
Subject Matter 2: Sleep, Tired, Fatigued
Mood 1: Engaging
Mood 2: Heartbreaking
Similar Artist 1: Sarah Mclachlan
Similar Artist 2: Elton John
Language: English
Era: 1990 - 1999