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(Graham Russell)

I feel just like your love tonight
So who's to say I'm wrong
I've got to say I feel just right
It's never been so strong

There seems so many points to make
But I feel this is a big mistake
We're so old and this is new
But I've really got to tell you
I always said that you should remain free
But that was up to you and not to me
I started strong but I met someone
You know how long it's been


That's how the whole thing started
That's how the whole thing started


(chorus)
That's how the whole thing started
That's how the whole thing started
That's how the whole thing started
That's how the whole thing started
(repeat)


Baby, Baby it's wrong
But I've been in and out of love so long
Here we stand not more than friends
I broke your heart again


(chorus)

Sit down with me and we can talk about it peacefully
We're under the strain of a losing game
That's how it must be


That's how the whole thing started
That's how the whole thing started


(chorus)
(repeat chorus)


I feel just like your love tonight
So who's to say I'm wrong
I've got to say I feel just right
It's never been so strong


(Compliments to Louise Weston and Cheryl Kowal)



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