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Baby's in the parlour waiting for the rain
Beating like a hammer washing out her pain
Clearing like the one seven years ago
When her first big love melted like the snow
Back then she doubted, if she would ever find a man
Who could love her that way the same way again
And just when she thought she's living in vain
The man of her dreams came like the rain

When love is the price freedom is the cost
Love is the price freedom is the cost
And just when you think everything is lost
Love will be your price
And I'll know, I would not change a thing
Cause I know I would not change a thing

They spoke about her dreams
They spoke about love
They spoke about all the things she was so afraid of
He had a key-word for everything she felt
So it didn't take long till' he got her nailed
Pin ones hope on someones elses life
And all your dreams will hurt you like a knife
The same whit her she soon got lost
When love is the price freedom is the cost

She didn't trust that very first man
To come to her life trying' to understand
What nobody ever could before
He only made her see there is something more
To learn about freedom to free about love
To handle all the things she was so afraid of
To always follow what she really felt inside
Everything else is like a rollercoasters ride



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