Who Sang My Heart? John Denver

John Denver Rhymes & Reasons cover art

Some other versions of "My Heart"
Credits
publisher: ©BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC , RESERVOIR MEDIA MANAGEMENT INC
writers: John Denver
release date: 1969
length: 2:45
I told you that I loved you
You said that is so good
I called you my darlin'
I thought I always would
But now you've gone and left me
I don't know what to do
So my little darlin'
I write these words to you
You dun stomped on my heart
And you mashed that sucker flat
You just sortta stomped on [(high) s/b my] Aorta
You started going out with guys
I felt us [(drum) s/b drift] apart
And every step you took
Was a stomp upon my heart
I only hope that someday you get
Them low down blues
In some smokey honky tonk
You looked down at your shoes
You'll think about that tender heart
That you crushed beneath them soles
With your cold bustin' stompers
You left my head so full of holes
Words and Music by Williams

Tracklist
12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 The Love of the Common People
  • 2 Catch Another Butterfly
  • 3 Daydream
  • 4 The Ballad of Spiro Agnew
  • 5 Circus
  • 6 When I'm Sixty-four
  • 7 The Ballad of Richard Nixon
  • 8 Rhymes & Reasons
  • 9 Yellow Cat
  • 10 Leaving, on a Jet Plane
  • 11 My Heart
  • 12 My Old Man
  • 13 I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel to Be Free
  • 14 Today Is the First Day of the Rest of My Life

  • Album Information
    label: RCA
    country(area): United States
    format: 12" Vinyl
    script: Latin