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  1. Trouble Heart

From the recording Songs For A Movie

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Lyrics

the gleam was gone, i was burnt and withdrawn
it was time to get out of this town
so i sold my old couch, grabbed the first ticket out
thought these words up and then wrote them down

bye bye bye bye

trouble heart
trouble in my heart
here colors are dull and they’re shifting like sand
trouble heart
my mother and father
both tell me they don’t understand
and i
reach out
even if no one is listening
i’m workin it out
rollin up both of my sleeves



now I’m in my van drivin where i can
up and down highways and streets that i find
i’m writing poems about my old home
and the things that i left behind

bye bye bye by

trouble heart
trouble in my heart
colors more vivid with each place i go
trouble heart
my mother and father
can't worry about what they don't know
and i
reach out
even if no one is listening
i’m workin it out
just the wheels turnin in me



trouble heart
trouble in my heart
holdin on tight as i twist and i break
trouble heart
i start and i stop
on this road i'm determined to take
and i
reach out
even when no one is listening
i’m workin it out
mom and dad don't you worry about me


the gleam was gone, i was burnt and withdrawn
it was time to get out of this town...

co-written by adam ezra olshansky & meredith hagnar