In this Tatu's song there's the following text:

All the things she said
All the things she said
Runnin' through my head (3x)
All the things she said
All the things she said
Runnin' through my head (2x)
All the things she said
All the things she said
This is not enough,
enough (Echo 3x)

I'd ask: what is the meaning of "running through my head" if there isn't any "to be" verb before the gerund?
The verb (are) is implicit here..

All the things she said are running through my head.

It means that whatever she said is still in his mind, making him think about it. He just can't forget it!
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What it that "bad" what she said?
"Are", the form of "to be", is implied, meaning that all the things she said are running through her head. It is essentially correct to used this form in a song or poem form, typically in fragments.

The water floating by,

The birds soaring overhead,

The children screaming,

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it's sang by t.A.T.u. ; two russian girls (lena and julia) the song talks about the love story between the two girls

whitch is a little bit shoking! so in the song they explain how lena have said to julia that she loves her that's why

julia cannot stop thinking about all that! in fact,the song reveals the shame of two lesbian girls that are scared and

ashamed of the feelings that they have for each other !
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