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Its over and done But the heartache lives on inside And who is the one your clinging to instead of me tonight


And where are you now Now that I need you Tears on my pillow Wherever you go Cry me a river that leads to your oceans Youll never see me fall apart


In the words of a broken heart its just emotions Taking me over Tied up in sorrows Lost in my soul And if you dont come back Come home to me darlin You know therell be no body left in this world to hold me tight No body left in this world to kiss goodnight Goodnight goodnight goodnight Goodnight

Im here at your side Apart of all the things you are And you never thought of some one else Your gonna find you shining star

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Emotion - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (2221 words)
Emotion is differentiated from feeling, in that, as noted, emotion is a psycho-physiological state that moves an organism to action.
Emotions are mammalian elaborations of vertebrate arousal patterns, in which neurochemicals (e.g., dopamine, noradrenaline, and serotonin) step-up or step-down the brain's activity level, as visible in body movements, gestures, and postures.
The human emotion of love is said to have evolved from paleocircuits of the mammalian brain (specifically, modules of the cingulated gyrus) designed for the care, feeding, and grooming of offspring.
Emotion, Movement and Psychological Space (4841 words)
The logos of emotion begins in the pre-articulated experience of 'being moved' in some manner, yet, the already understood, implicit, lived ways of being-in-the-world as emotional are also shaped by the articulation of meaning through language..
From the second connotation, emotion is distinguished as a departure from the "norm," the calm that exists prior to the emergence of a potential movement.
Emotion, as a human phenomenon -- thus, as an existential -- must invariably be understood in terms of all of the existentials which, equiprimordially, compose the fabric of human existence.
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