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If we learn to pace ourselves
it won't seem so dramatic, it won't be so unclear
'cause if we learn to pace ourselves
the ghost up in the attic might just disappear
you may not agree that it could happen here

And in the morning
I think we're gonna laugh somehow
at what we are afraid of now
'cause in the morning
we'll know better than tonight
if it's gonna end up love (at second sight)

And if we learn to trust our hearts
and disregard the voices leading us away
and we can make a better start
we have all the choices, we have all the say
you might not agree, but, you can't walk away

And in the morning
I think we're gonna laugh somehow
at what we are afraid of now
'cause in the morning
we'll know better than tonight
if it's gonna end up love (at second sight)



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    The lyrics of the song, the content simply means to take a chance, have more faith and maybe what was can be more.

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