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Learning to harmonize, realize, fraternize, fantasize. I've got a feeling
That's it's over.
It's beeen a long, long, long time coming.
I'd like to see this thing take over.
Silent running. Silent running.
You've got your wires crossed and one of these days you'll find. You drew
The short straw (short straw, short straw, short straw)
You gotta cut out the habit. Of (oooh) picking up strays.
And try learning to harmonize, learning to harmonize, learning to harmonize
And when the join breaks, the head wakes up and makes the heart break down.

And when the join breaks, the head wakes up and makes the heart break down.
You know it's time you saw it was over. Tell me what else can you
Disapprove
I feel a harmony comin' on so move over. And let's keep on running improve
(Agonize )
Learning to harmonize. Remember the good takes the bad takes hands off the
Handbrakes
The whole change the spell breaks. If you're doing all of this, you're
Learning to harmonize
Learning to harmonize (learning to harmonize...)



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