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She says no need to worry
She says no need to rush
Says that's when your head starts spinning
And that's when you talk too much

So I found the answers
Or at least I found a set of keys
But all the doors, they're open
They all lead back to me

Move along, don't say a word
Keep your hands to yourself, pretty girl
No need to argue or disagree
But when your heart's broken
I'm the one you see

I've been talking to Jesus
I asked him if he's ever upset with God
He said, "Who are you to ask these things?"
I said, "By asking does it mean I am wrong?"

So here's to life at the bottom
So here's to life at the top
Here's to the life that starts running
In the end you just can't stop

Move along, don't say a word
Keep your hands to yourself, pretty girl
No need to argue or disagree
But when your heart's broken
I'm the one you see, yeah

Move along, don't say a word
Keep your hands to yourself, pretty girl
No need to argue or disagree
But when your heart's broken
I'm the one you see

Move along, don't say a word
Keep your hands to yourself, pretty girl
No need to argue or disagree
But when your heart's broken
I'm the one you see

Move along, don't say a word
Keep your hands to yourself, pretty girl
No need to argue or disagree
But when your heart's broken
I'm the one you see, yeah



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