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Dyslexic Heart
by Paul Westerberg

You shoot me glances and they're so hard to read
I misconstrue what you mean
Slip me a napkin and now that's a start
Is this your name or a doctor's eye chart?

I try and comprehend you but I got a dyslexic heart
I ain't dying to offend you, I got a dyslexic heart

Thanks for the book, now my table is ready
Is this a library or bar?
Between the covers I thought you were ready
A half-angel, half-tart

I try and comprehend you but I got a dyslexic heart
I ain't dying to offend you, I got a dyslexic heart

Do I read you correctly, you need me directly
Help me with this part
Do I date you? Do I hate you?
Do I got a dyslexic heart?

You keep swayin', what are you sayin'?
Thinking 'bout stayin'?
Or are you just playing, making passes?
Well, my heart could use some glasses

Are you stayin'?
What are you sayin'?
Well are you swayin'?
Are you just playing, making passes?
Well, my heart could use some glasses

I try and comprehend you, I got a dyslexic heart
Do I read you correctly, I need you directly
Help me with this part
Do I love you? Do I hate you?
I got a dyslexic heart?

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.
Written by: PAUL WESTERBERG

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Dwayne P

Yet another underrated artist from the 90s !

First Last

packyman No, 90's. This is just Westerberg. Solo. 1990's.

Feral Art Productions

80's - The Replacements. His sister, Mary Lucia, is a DJ for The Current in the Twin Cities, too.

Timmy Johnson

Only 78,000 views? what the heck? this is a great song.

Evik James

It didn't fit into the grunge scene of Singles.

Truth-Seeker

Magnificent song. Loved it ever since I heard it in the intro to "Singles".

Matthew Kowal

He brought that Replacements sound with him. A year later he and John Rzeznik co-wrote We Are The Normal off of The Goo Goo Dolls 1993 album Superstar Car Wash, another underrated album.

Jabal Saladin

@Floydandsome their sounds so digitalized in their latest release

uri t.

Very reminiscent of The Replacements

Floydandsome

Unfortunately Goo Goo Dolls only writes mainstream pop nowadays, really miss their old sound.

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