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I hear the music coming out of your radio
Are you there with another girl instead of me
I hear your laughter and there’s something I’ve got to know
Are you there with another girl instead of me

Well, I’m standing on your doorstep and I don’t know what to do
Should I ring your doorbell or just walk away
My friends all say that you were never true
Hiding in the shadows

I see two silhouettes in back of your window shade
Are you there with another girl when I am gone
I can’t believe you’d break the promises that you made
If you’re there with another girl, I can’t go on

Oh, I only know I love you and I couldn’t say goodbye
So if there’s another I don’t want to know
If you should go, oh, I would surely die
Love requires faith, I’ve got a lot of faith but

I hear the music comin’ out of your radio

Oh, I only know I love you and I couldn’t say goodbye
So if there’s another I don’t want to know
If you should go, oh, I would surely die
You would never leave me, hurt me or deceive me
I’m a fool to doubt you, worry so about you
Love requires faith, I’ve got a lot in me but

I hear the music coming out of your radio



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