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If we didn't have feelings
Think how bad it would be
I couldn't say I was happy to know you
I couldn't say that I was glad you would know me
If we didn't have feelings
Think how strange life would seem
I couldn't say I love to play music
I couldn't say that I love to daydream

Feelings are like colors
That shade the things we see
Our feelings give the life we live
A personality

So, dealing with your feelings
Dealing with your feelings
Is like searching for the wishing star
Dealing with your feelings
Can show the way to go and tell you
Where you are

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Feelings are like colors
That shade the things we see
Our feelings give the life we live
A personality

So, dealing with your feelings
Dealing with your feelings
Is like looking for the old north star
Dealing with your feelings
Can show the way to go and tell you
Where you are

Dealing with your feelings
Dealing with your feelings
Is like looking for the morning star
Dealing with your feelings
Can show the way to go and tell you
Where you are

Tell you where you are
Tell you where you are



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