Tangled Heart
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Written by: Zoë Randell, Steve Hassett

Produced by: Aaron Brooking Dessner, Luluc

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In New York City trying to find our own feet
Two tangled hearts in the mise en scène
Holding me close as we make out the streets

By the window in the afternoon
I sit and watch the kids leaving from school
Little packs falling down their backs

Place on the corner is a work of art
Some inviting, some pushing too hard
You find some history behind every pain

I'll always be with you

In a noisy bar the band will play
I sit and listen while a man tries to say
He has exactly what he thinks I might need

Niko fills the walls to The Dressing Room
A foxy tail of wit, who's nobody's fool
He cried, "Why would you leave? You only just came.
It's always the same"

I took my lover on a bridge to the world
Her lights draped like a like a string of pearls
All that beauty from so much toil

I'll always be with you

It's the nighttime, but the noise doesn't end
My sheets get twisted as I turn in the bed
I recall a dream you were living again

Busy lights will shine tonight
And all the foofaraw
Someone will come to take me out,
Let's drink a little more
Pulled and torn I try to work,
Remember what it's for
I can't help but think about
The way we were before

Pulled and torn I try to work,
Remember what it's for
I can't help but think about
The way we were before

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