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VERSE 1.
Janus taking both his sides
In opposite directions
His doorways always open
To take my way

It leaves me frightened
So I stay behind him
Then I hear his voice and
Everything is clear

PRE-CHORUS 1.
One says yes and the other says no
This one stops and the other says go

CHORUS 1.
If only you knew
The love that I could
Just let me decide
I can change your world

When my mind's made up
Then you might well see
This blindfold's too cruel
I was here to be freed

VERSE 2.
Taking tiny steps to move on forward
The mirror cracks and almost breaks my speed

If there's knocking on the door
I'll answer
Cos after all he holds me very dear

PRE-CHORUS 2.
One says yes and the other says no
This one stops and the other says go

CHORUS 2.
If only you knew
The love that I could
Just let me decide
I can change your world

When my mind's made up
Then you might well see
This blindfold's too cruel
I was here to be freed

PRE-CHORUS 3.

One says yes and the other says no
This one stops and the other says go

One says yes and the other says no
This one stops and the other says go

BRIDGE/BREAKDOWN
Take tiny little steps to move on forward
Shards of glass on the bottoms of my feet
The mirror cracks and it breaks my speed

If there's knocking on the door
I won't answer it



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