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A bleeding heart is an informal label applied to someone regarded as excessively sympathetic, of having sympathy without warrant.
Bleeding heart may also refer to:
- Perennial herbaceous plants of the Fumariaceae family, including:
- Flowering shrubs, lianas, or small trees of the mint family, in the genus Clerodendrum (also called glorybowers or bagflowers)
- Bleeding heart tree (Omalanthus populifolius), an Australian rainforest plant, also known as Queensland poplar
- A Bleeding Heart, a 2003 EP by New Zealand band the Bleeders
- Bleeding Heart (album), a posthumous live album by Jimi Hendrix
- "Bleeding Heart", an Elmore James song
- "Bleeding Heart", a song by the Brazilian metal band Angra, from the EP Hunters and Prey
- "Bleeding Heart", a song by Olivia Lufkin on the album Flower Festival
- "Bleeding Heart", a song by the German power metal band Freedom Call from the album Eternity
- The Bleeding Heart Band, the backing band for Roger Waters for a brief period of his post-Pink Floyd solo career
- Doves in the genus Gallicolumba
- Bleeding heart tetra, Hyphessobrycon erythrostigma
- Bleeding Heart Yard, a courtyard in London, England
- Bleeding Hearts a 1994 crime novel by Ian Rankin, under the pseudonym Jack Harvey
- "Bleeding Heart", a season 2 episode of The Mentalist
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