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Jay Jay Johanson – 100.000 Years lyrics

Every move I make
And every rule i break
Never looking back without regret

I just can't go on
Pretending nothing's wrong
When too many words been said
Then something's gotta change

I wish this fever fade

The boys adore you
Girls can't ignore you
I'll be there for you
A 100.000 years

The cameras loves you
As much as I do
And dresses fits you
A 100.000 years

If we turn the page
I guess I'd rearrange
Just to get another day or two

And I'm not making plans
I hope you understand
There's a reason why I can't
But nothing looks the same

I wish this fever fade

The boys adore you
Girls can't ignore you
I'll be there for you
A 100.000 years

The cameras loves you
As much as I do
The dresses fits you
A 100.000 years

I wish this fever fade

The boys adore you
Girls can't ignore you
I'll be there for you
A 100.000 years

The cameras loves you
As much as I do
The dresses fits you
A 100.000 years

It might take a while
But there's no question why
If you look into my eyes you'll see
That every move I make
And every rule i break I take
Never looking back at what we've done



Lyrics taken from http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/j/jay_jay_johanson/100000_years.html

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