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Corrs – Closer lyrics

I see you, walking everyday
With a smile beneath frown
But I won't look away, yeah

What does it mean
What's there to see
If I look

Closer, closer, closer, closer
Closer, closer, closer, closer

Where are you going
And what are you thinking at all
Your eyes show nothing more
Than a dazed oblivion
What does it mean
What will I see
When I look

Closer, closer, closer, closer
Closer, closer, closer, closer..., ah, yeah

You don't see me
Watching everyday
My smile could warm your frown
And I'd never look away, never look away

There's more to me (there's more to me)
Than what you see
When you look

Closer, closer, closer, closer
Closer, closer, closer, closer
Closer, (close.... R) closer, closer, closer..., ah yeah-ie...
Closer, (ah ha) closer, (ah ha) closer, no, no, no, (ah ha)
(ah ha, ah ha, ah ha, ah ha, ah ha,) ah, no, no...

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