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Kathy Mattea performs "Come From The Heart"

Kathy Mattea performs "Come From The Heart"

"Come from the Heart" is a country music song written by Richard Leigh and Susanna Clark and published in 1987. It is most known through the 1989 single by Kathy Mattea, released in conjunction with her album Willow in the Wind, though the song was first recorded and released on the 1987 Don Williams album Traces and also released in 1988 by Clark's husband on his album Old Friends.

Mattea's single was her third number one on the country chart, spending 14 weeks on that chart including a single week at the top.

Hard Working Americans (with front man Todd Snider) recorded the song in 2014 as a duet with Rosanne Cash.

Kathy Mattea - Come From The Heart lyrics

 

My daddy told me when I was a young girl

A lesson he learned, it was a long time ago

If you want to have someone to hold onto

You're gonna have to learn to let go

You got to sing like you don't need the money

Love like you'll never get hurt

You got to dance like nobody's watchin'

It's gotta come from the heart

If you want it to work

Now here is the one thing I keep forgettin'

When everything is falling apart

In life as in love, you know I need to remember

There's such a thing as trying too hard

You got to sing like you don't need the money

Love like you'll never get hurt

You got to dance like nobody's watchin'

It's gotta come from the heart

If you want it to work

You got to sing sometimes like you don't need the money

Love sometimes like you'll never get hurt

You got to dance, dance, dance like nobody's watchin'

It's gotta come from the heart if you want it to work


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