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Take the street down to the station
Take the road down to the train
That was where I finally found her
She was crying to the rain
I don't believe in you, I don't believe in you
I don't believe in you, I don't believe in you
Are you listening to me baby?
Or am I talking to myself?
You've got me running round in circles
You got me ruining my health
I don't believe in you, I don't believe in you
I don't believe in you, I don't believe in you
Bless the day that I first saw you
Curse the day when we first met
You've had me running round in circles
How on earth can I forget?
I don't believe in you, I don't believe in you
I don't believe in you, I don't believe in you
She took the train out of the station
She took the train out of my life
And that was how she finally left me
Never did become my wife
I don't believe in you, I don't believe in you
I don't believe in you, I don't believe in you



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