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Broken heart Kaligta Dm F Bb Dm Can you fix a broken heart? Bb That is tearing me apart? F C I didn't know that this could be so hard Dm Missing your warm embrace Bb Angel's smile on your face F C Remembering our happy days Refrain: Bb F How will I start the day? Bb F When your love has gone away? Bb Can you help me? F C Help me find the way? Bb F Since the day you went away Bb F My life has gone astray Bb Can you help me? F C Help me find the way? Chorus: F C I always hear my heart Dm Bb Calling out your name F C I feel within my heart Dm Bb Crying out in vain Dm Would you tell me F C How to mend this pained (Intro) Broken heart?...

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