Pain In My Heart
Toots and The Maytals Lyrics


Pain in my heart
Is treating me cold
Where can my baby be
Lord no one knows

Pain in my heart
Just won't let me sleep
Where can my baby be
Lord where can she be
And now the days
Has begin to get tough
I say I want you to come back, come back
Come back baby
I had enough
Oh

A little pain in my heart
Just won't let me be
Wake up restless nights
Lord and I can't even sleep

Mmm, mmm yeah
Stop this little pain in my heart

And now the days
Has begin to get rough
I said I want you to love me, love me
Love me baby, till I get enough

Oh

Pain in my heart
Little pain in my heart
Stop this little pain in my heart
Stop this little pain in my heart

Someone stop this pain
Someone stop this pain

Oh

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Written by: Naomi Neville

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Mar J

Pain in my heart today
Rest in power Toots ✊🏼
One love ❤️💛💚

Yolanda McClure

Pain In my just won’t let me be !!

Mar J

Eric Ericson ❤️❤️❤️😍

Eric Ericson

In the late 70s and early 80s, I remember thinking about reggae as a kind of quirky, novelty-type music until one evening, with some great friends and a bit of chemical enhancement, Toots & The Maytals "Monkey Man" was playing and, although having heard that song many times before, I heard it that night in a way that literally gave me goosebumps--I felt like I finally GOT IT. I felt an "understanding" of the allure of what ultimately turned out to be my favorite musical genre and words cannot adequately express how that genre has over the years brought me so much joy. I'll always have a special place in my heart for Mr. Hibbert and I hope he took solace in his final days knowing that he was one of those rare individuals who truly made this crazy world a better place. RIEP, Mr. Hibbert...
EDIT: Saw him perform many times, but the first time-which also happened to be my first time experiencing a reggae performance in concert-was when he and the Maytals opened for Santana in San Francisco, CA, and I remember at the time being struck with the fairly intense call-and-response going on between Toots and various members of the audience. It was reminiscent of a church revival-type atmosphere, and at that juncture I was thinking I was listening to the Jamaican version of Otis Redding.

Cheikh Tidiane NDAO

Rip Toots. One love

Quiet Observer

Rest in Power Legend

Cheikh Tidiane NDAO

soulful!

Cheikh Tidiane NDAO

Yo!nice tune & so awesome!Thanks a lot,welcome.Bless

Tyler Chott

What album did this cover originally come out on?

Cheikh Tidiane NDAO

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