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Here in your bedroom,
I can turn my head off
The less that I feel
Is the less that I'm on top

I wonder what you think
As we lay here in bed
I don't know what I'm thinking,
But that's better for my head

When I wake up tomorrow
Will you still feel the same?
When I wake up tomorrow
Will you have changed?

[Chorus]

'cuz I still feel the same
'cuz I still feel the same
I, I still feel the same

Here in your bedroom
I can turn my head off
The less that I feel
Is the less that I'm on top

I wonder what you think
As we lay here in bed
I don't know what I'm thinking,
But that's better for my head

When I wake up tomorrow
Will you still feel the same?
When I wake up tomorrow
Will you have changed?

[Chorus]

Here we go!

Here in your bedroom,
I feel safe from the outside.
I can tell that you're changing,
But still I feel so high.

I wonder what you think.
Sometimes I feel so old.
I don't know if it's worth it
When I just do what I'm told.

When I wake up tomorrow,
Will you still feel the same?
When I wake up tomorrow,
Will you have changed?

[Chorus]

I, I still feel the same
I, I still feel the same
Won't you?



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