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Can you stand in the heat and not get burnt by the street
Can you stand on your own and say that your not alone
Can you stand when I stare at your golden brown hair
Can you stand how I write all these songs about you (well is that alright. is that alright yeah)
I don't want you to worry, I just want you to care
If I stand by your side would you notice I'm there
My heart skips a beat when I notice your smile
When your eyes lock with mine it's like I'm walking on air
Oh how I loved it in the clouds with you...
... do you mind walking barefoot on a hot autumn day
Do you mind how I struggle while I search for words to say
Do you mind rainy nights that I never spent with you
Do you mind how all these songs have been written about you
(is that alright, is that alright yeah)...
... I want you to want to be wanted by me
I want you to wonder about what we could be
(is that alright, is that alright yeah)
Well I want you to want to want me too
Well I want to be wonderful, wonderful like you
In truth I only really wanted to be wanted by you...
... would you walk barefoot down the boulevard
Or lie topless in the lawn
No your not like that, and I think I like that
So I wrote you this song
Well I want you to want to be wanted by me, well can I be wonderful?
Wonderful like you
In truth I only really wanted to be wanted by you
(is that alright, is that alright yeah
It's not alright... it's not alright)



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