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Daryl Hall & John Oates – Hard To Be In Love With You lyrics

Don't want to face it but I know that it's time to go home, no
I cannot say what I want to say when we're alone
I gotta leave but I want to stay
But where you are is so far from the U S of A
When we're more than half a world, half a world away

It's so hard to be in love with you
It's so hard to be in love with you
It's so hard to be in love with you
Hard to be in love with you

Operator, international 011, oh
Put your love on the line, put your ear to the phone
Maybe it's no longer than a night and a day
But where you are is so far from the U S of A
And it ain't so easy, easy on the heart

It's so hard to be in love with you
It's so hard to be in love with you
It's so hard to be in love with you
Hard to be in love with you

Oh, maybe it's no longer than a night and a day
But where you are is so far from the U S of A
And it ain't so easy, easy on the heart

It's so hard to be in love with you
It's so hard to be in love with you
It's so hard to be in love with you
It's so hard to be in love with you



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