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Once Or Twice lyrics

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Chicago – Once Or Twice lyrics

Oh girl
I looked you over once or twice
I think that you are very nice
And you're just meant for me

Oh girl
I think you got a messed up mind
But if you will take the time
Baby I can set you free

Well I'm not trying to be
What I am not
But I think what you need
Is what I got

Girl I'm no philosopher
But I can offer you that cure
To mend your broken heart
I know that you are not blind
I know you see my messed up mind
I bet you see my broken heart too

So won't you
Bring your heart and your mind
That's out on the run
Fuse them with my broken heart
In my mind
We'll be one

Girl I looked you over once or twice
I think that you are very nice
And you're just meant for me

Girl I think you got a messed up mind
Now that you know yours is just like mine
Baby, won't you set me free



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