Wham! – Where Did Your Heart Go?

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Lyrics:

I spend my nights down on the wharf
In unlit alleyways
By the church downtown
Where Sally prays
Come down sometime
We'llshare a rusty can of corn…
And listen to the radio
I love you, I love you, it says…

Where did your heart go
Did you put it on a train
Did you leave it in the rain
Or down in Mexico

26 thoughts on “Wham! – Where Did Your Heart Go?”

  1. This is my #1 favorite song from wham. RIP GEORGE MICHAEL such a waste of
    talent!

  2. this is REAL music. r.i.p GM. you’re still my inspiration

  3. Maybe his best song,we lost our childhood years with his lost,be good up
    there George…..

  4. oh my gosh I just found out about this song..such beautiful voices!!!

  5. Of all his music, this one represents the real George Michael the most. It
    = all in one place. You can hear it in his voice, in the lyrics, in the
    melody and the sorrow of the saxophone. The passion in this song can not be
    fake. He had the talent for expressing himself through extracting gorgeous
    out of simple words: “Listen to the radio, I love you, I love you, where
    did the heart?”; “did you leave it in the rain, on the train or down in
    Mexico?”. Love, the rain, train, down in Mexico too. He must have seen,
    felt and lived them to sing them so beautifully. “I spend my nights down on
    the wharf
    In unlit alleyways
    By the church downtown
    Where Sally prays
    Come down sometime
    We’ll share a rusty can of corn
    And listen to the radio
    I love you, I love you, it saysWhere did your heart go
    Did you put it on a train
    Did you leave it in the rain
    Or down in MexicoYou cry, but I don’t know
    I’ve heard it all before
    There it goes again, the slamming of the door
    Sometimes the river calls me
    And at night it calls my name
    Says “put your troubles down beside me”

    1. I liked the Original too. The song must have meant a lot to George for him
      to cover it and add his special touch to it. He added a sense of sadness,
      longing and nostology to it.

  6. What assholes put dislikes here? Dear George, I can’t believe you’ve
    gone…..please ,come back..😫

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