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Over My Shoulder lyrics

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Jayhawks – Over My Shoulder lyrics

(Olson/Louris)
Left running
You said you were flying
Left running
You said you were cold
Any statue you can name
Like the ones that I fell for
I've been looking over my shoulder
Would you love me when you're older
Would you love me when you're older
Still I know you're true
The first game is lost and you will
Another game is hide in your fear
Ooh, please tell me how my heart
How can my heart can belong to you
I've been looking over my shoulder
Would you love me when you're older
Would you love me when you're older
Still I know you're true
Every time that you look my way
I feel so hopeless
Your dreams own me
These landslides and buildings too high
That blocks the sun for everyone
Ooh the law lives everywhere
And it lives without a care
I've been looking over my shoulder
Would you love me when you're older
Would you love me when you're older
Still I know you're true
Left running
You said you were flying
Left running
You said you were cold



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