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AnnMarie Montade – Tightrope lyrics

You wanna walk a tightrope
To see how well you would cope
As your glidin' by on thin air
Better be careful when you're up there
'Cause who will be your trampoline
Bounce the ideas from your crazy dreams
When as reckless as they seem
So don't be careful with what you would tear

You're too young to be too sensible
You're too young to be a child
And a dream is not dispensable
So be crazy and be wild

The circus leaves your town today
Do you dream perhaps to run away?
They could try to tame your tiger heart
So jet for the jungle before they even start

You're too young to be too sensible
You're too young to be a child
And a dream is not dispensable
You better be crazy and be wild

Coz I'll be your safety net on the ground

And you wanna walk a tightrope
And if they tell you you've got no hope
You're too young to be too sensible
Remember, you're too young to be too sensible
Remember you're too young

Just so young
Be crazy (twice)



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