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Hollies – Think It Over lyrics

(Holly / Petty / Allison)
Think it over what you just said.
Think it over in your pretty little head.
Are you sure that I'm not the one?
Is your love real or only fun?
Think it over, just think it over.
My lonely heart grows cold and old.

Think it over and let me know.
Think it over and don't be slow.
Just remember all birds and bees
Go by two's through life's mysteries.
Think it over, yes just think it over.
My lonely heart grows cold and old.

Think it over (over and over).
Think it over (over and over).
Think it over (over and over).
Think it over (over and over).
Think it over, just think it over.
My lonely heart grows cold and old.

All right, all right.

Think it over and think of me.
Think it over and you will see
The happy day when you and I
Think as one and kiss the bkues goodbye.
Think it over, just think it over.
My lonely heart grows cold and old.

Chorus x2



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