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I know what’s on your mind,
But if you’re inclined not to say it
Well don’t you worry ‘cause I’ll say it, I’ll say it for you.

I know what’s in your head
But if you turn red when you say it
Well you don’t you worry ‘cause I’ll say it, I’ll say it for you.

You don’t have to speak a word
‘Cause I know that we both feel it
And I don’t care if it sounds absurd
I know the truth and I’ve got to reveal it.

I know what’s in the air
But if you don’t dare ever say it
Well don’t you worry ‘cause I’ll say it, I’ll say it for you.

I can read you loud and clear
Yeah I know what we’re both thinking
I’ll shout it out for the world to hear
And then we can give it a minute to sink in.

I know what’s in your heart
But if the hard part is to say it
Well don’t you worry ‘cause I’ll say it, I’ll say it for you
I’ll say it, I’ll say it for you.”



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