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(his)
Gone as far as I can go with this crap
I've not come here just to
Watch him lie
With his head in your lap
Well, at least not there, oh must you?

I've gone as far as
I can go with this crap
I've not come here just to
Watch him lie
With his head in your lap
Well, at least not there

When you started to screw, I knew
I should have run away
Because I could hear it all through the wall
But I just had to stay
Every laugh, every cry, every sigh
Oh I can't face
The way I've behaved, but I just craved
To be in his place

I told him when we met
I told him I was afraid
That you'd just play with him
But I won't forget
Those sounds that you made
Behind that door with him

I told him when we met i
Told him I was afraid
That you'd just play with him
But I won't forget
Those sounds that you made
Behind that door

When you started to screw,
I knew I should have run away
Because I could hear it all through the wall
But I just had to stay
Every laugh, every cry, every sigh
Oh I can't face
The way I've behaved, but I just craved
To be in his place

(hers)
But this is all your fault
We made a solemn promise
You said: "let's be adult"
"there's no point running from it"

But this is all your fault
We made a solemn promise
You said: "let's be adult"
"there's no point running from it"



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