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Like a thief in the night
You should really get arrested
You're so... it's a crime
I was yours in just a second
Didn't know this at all
Till I knew it was gone
But you've done this before.
Might be part of the game
But I can't look away
It's too good to ignore!

Chorus:
Boy you know, it was daylight robbery
You should have known better
... take it all from underneath
Cause you stole my attention from the start
From the start, from the start, from the start
From the start, from the start, from the start.

Is the thing in my mind... caught me blinded
Broke the rules, cross the light, but you know I kinda like it
You don't need a disguise, I don't know where to hide
So just lay down alone, might be part of your game
But I can't look away, is too good to...

Chorus:
Boy you know, it was daylight robbery
You should have known better
... take it all from underneath
Cause you stole my attention from the start
From the start, from the start, from the start
From the start, from the start, from the start.

Uh, uh, said you should have known better
From the start, start, start!

Chorus:
Boy you know, it was daylight robbery
You should have known better
... take it all from underneath
Cause you stole my attention from the start
From the start, from the start, from the start
From the start, from the start, from the start



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