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It’s a Heartache | Bonnie Tyler | Lyrics

 

It’s a heartache
Nothing but a heartache

Hits you when it’s too late
Hits you when you’re down
It’s a fool’s game

Nothing but a fool’s game
Standing in the cold rain

Feeling like a clown.

It’s a heartache

Nothing but a heartache.
Love him till your arms break

Then he lets you down.
It ain’t right with love to share
When you find he doesn’t care for you.
It ain’t wise to need someone
As much as I depended on you.

It’s a heartache
Nothing but a heartache

Hits you when it’s too late
. . .

It ain’t r’ight with love to share
. . .

 

Oh it’s a heartache

Nothing but a heartache.
Love him till your arms break

Then he let’s you down
It’s a fool’s game

Standing in the cold rain

Feeling like a clown.

It’s a heartache
Love him till your arms break
Then he let’s you down
It’s a heartache
. . .

FACTS ABOUT THE SONG

“It’s a Heartache” is a pop-country song that was recorded by Juice Newton, Bonnie Tyler and Ronnie Spector (of the Ronettes) in 1978. Tyler’s version of the song which was produced by David Mackay proved to be the biggest hit (see her version’s chart positions below), peaking at number 3 in the U.S. and  number 4 in the UK. However, Newton’s version went Gold in Mexico and was the original charting version in the United States, peaking at  number 86 on Billboard’s Hot 100 before Tyler’s quickly released cover version eclipsed Newton’s single’s chart success. Tyler’s rendition was also a Top Ten country music hit.

Bonnie Tyler’s version was recorded right after she had surgery for voicebox nodule removal. In the middle of healing, she accidentally yelled out in frustration, causing the distinctive rasp in her voice that she is best known for. Badfinger drummer Mike Gibbins played drums on the Tyler single.

 

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  1. ALRIGHT, I get this is meant to get “reminisce with everyone about our childhoods”, the place that the target group is lots of twenty-year olds. So I won’t criticise the omission with all the different classics. But I may point out that really shows the best way even in it is best moments number has really slipped. None of those songs can evaluate to “I wanna always be like you” in addition to “The Bare Necessities” (Jungle book)

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