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Well I would love to make you mine
But that's not the sign you're giving me
Go ahead, count me confused.

See I just never know the difference
In between you and what you want
Oh I am just so unenthused

I could get over you right now
But I keep leaving something out
How I am just another lesson in love
So let me down, slow

Oh I am never at a loss
But how could you say you love me?
When those words are over used

But you just go and leave me hanging
Much like you always used to do
Oh I could use that point of view

I could get over you right now
But I keep leaving something out
How I am just another lesson in love
So let me down

I could get over you right now
But you just won't sell me out
How I am just another lesson in love
So let me down

Whip your best so it hurts
You keep tripping over your words
And you only get so far
What you say, it doesn't matter
It's a lie, so don't bother
But you have to let me know

I could get over you right now
But I keep leaving something out
How I am just another lesson in love
So let me down

I could get over you right now
But I keep leaving something out
How I am just another lesson in love
So let me down, slow



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