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Human League – Dont You Know I Want You lyrics

(Burden/Callis/Oakey)
It's a beautiful night
A cool breeze in the air
Got the keys to my car
But I don't want to go nowhere
I'm not at all bored
But I've plenty of time to spare
There's only one thing that I know
Would take me there
I've got one thing to say to you
I guess you just don't realise
When you see me look at me
There's more than friendship in my eyes
Don't you know I want you
Don't you know I want you
You can really get a buzz
Hanging out with the cool and free
You can act like a monarch
Or a pillar of the bourgeoisie
Anything you want to do
I'm never going to disagree
But I've got a point of view
How about a little sympathy
I've got one thing to say to you
I guess you just don't realise
When you see me look at me
There's more than friendship in my eyes
Don't you know I want you
Don't you know I want you
Don't you know I want you
Don't you know I want you
Don't you know I want you
Don't you know I want you
Lyrics by Philip Oakey



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