Damned If I Do, Damned If You Don't

My heart keeps pounding against yours.
My heart keeps pounding against heavens doors.
Damned if I do, damned if you don't love me too
Oh, my heart it's yours

Oh, my heart keeps hammering. Against the window
Of your soul; waiting
For you to arrive and return, home.
Oh, my heart it's yours

My heart keeps pounding against yours.
My heart keeps pounding against heavens doors.
Damned if I do, damned if you don't love me too
Oh, my heart it's yours

Oh my love, is your heart the missing key
Am I the gatekeeper to your lodge?
Oh, love, can you spy me through a keyhole
Oh my lady Chatterley, can you hear me.

Whispering I love you, can you hear your heartbeat?
In monochrome; beating inside in time, besides mine.
Damned if I do, damned if you don't love me too
Oh, my heart it's yours

by Mark Heathcote

Comments (1)

I really like this poem! Trish