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If A Heart Must Be Broken

Song Author Craig Bickhardt Performer: Anne Murray Submitted by: Anonymous

[G]For y-ou [G7]my heart was always [C]open
But you [G]walked out and this loneliness came [D7]in   
What I'd [G]give to know the [G7]future now and [C]then
If a [G]heart must be broken [D7]why let the loving [G]begin

For y-ou a [G7]treasure became a [C]token
I lost it [G]all for a love that might have [D7]been   
What I'd [G]give to know the [G7]future now and [C]then
If a [G]heart must be broken [D7]why let the loving [G]begin

They [C]say the heart [D7]sometimes will cloud the [G]mind
And [C]nothing stands to [G]reason [D7]when a love is blind
But the [G]truth is always [G7]harder in the [C]end  
If a [G]heart must be broken [D7]why let the loving [G]begin

They [C]say the heart [D7]sometimes will cloud the [G]mind
And [C]nothing stands to [G]reason [D7]when a love is blind
But the [G]truth is always [G7]harder in the [C]end  
If a [G]heart must be broken [D7]why let the loving [G]begin

What I'd give to know the [G7]future now and [C]then
If a [G]heart must be broken [D7]why let the loving [G]begin


For y-ou my heart was always open
But you walked out and this loneliness came in
What I'd give to know the future now and then
If a heart must be broken why let the loving begin

For y-ou a treasure became a token
I lost it all for a love that might have been
What I'd give to know the future now and then
If a heart must be broken why let the loving begin

They say the heart sometimes will cloud the mind
And nothing stands to reason when a love is blind
But the truth is always harder in the end
If a heart must be broken why let the loving begin

They say the heart sometimes will cloud the mind
And nothing stands to reason when a love is blind
But the truth is always harder in the end
If a heart must be broken why let the loving begin

What I'd give to know the future now and then
If a heart must be broken why let the loving begin

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