‘My Heart Is Bleedin’ – Michel Montecrossa’s Song dedicated to all people traumatized by earthquakes from Christchurch to everywhere

My Heart Is Bleedin’’ is a song dedicated by Michel Montecrossa to all people traumatized by earthquakes from Christchurch to Nepal and the whole world. With this comforting and heartfelt song Michel Montecrossa calls for global Human Unity and standing together for easing and solving the many problems which tell us not to be egoistic but soulful and loving.

Michel Montecrossa says about ‘My Heart Is Bleedin’’ :
“With my New-Topical-Song ‘My Heart Is Bleedin’’ I turn with compassion and love to all victims of earthquakes from Christchurch to Japan to Nepal and so many places. It is a call for global Human Unity and standing together for easing and solving the many problems which tell us not to be egoistic but soulful and loving. ‘My Heart Is Bleedin’’ was originally written when the Christchurch earthquake in New Zealand happened, but it is a song carrying the universal meaning of Love and with this Love it is also full-heartedly dedicated to the people of Nepal and wherever people suffer.”

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MY HEART IS BLEEDIN’
(THE CHRISTCHURCH SONG)
The street is all dusty, rubble’s everywhere. / The quake hit us for the end game. / I know no direction, no way to go. / My heart is a-bleedin’, I miss you so.
The house where we loved is all gone. / Somewhere in the ruins memories still moan. / What will be tomorrow? I don’t know. / I know no direction, no way any more. / My heart is a-bleedin’, I miss you so.
Pain is tearin’ my heart / but then I see you there. / You are not gone, you are somewhere. / I feel your love from there, / my soul you want to save. / I know no direction, except to the Lord. / My heart is a-bleedin’, I miss you so.
Lyrics & Music: Michel Montecrossa, © Mira Sound Germany

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