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A police car was outside your house today
I haven't seen you, in a couple of days
They knocked on your door, and then they went away
Your mother looked scared, but she didn't cry
She didn't cry

On one hand, I've got myself to blame
But on the other, it's always the same
Follow suit
Shake your head, tell me that it's a lie
I don't want you for dead, but I want you to die
Without a good friend, on a sunshine
I know I want survival, but you don't know why

Where is she?
Where is she?
Where is my baby girl
Oh I've seen you you're crazy
What have you done with my whole wide world?

On one hand, I've got myself to blame
But on the other, it's always the same thing
Follow suit
Shake your head, tell me that it's a lie
I don't want you for dead, but I want you to die
Without a good friend, on a bad day
Without a soft surrender, but what do you say?

All of these tears that we've cried
All of these tears that we've cried

Where is she?
Where is she?
Where is my baby girl
Oh I've seen you, you're crazy
What have you done with my whole wide world?

Where is she?
Where is she?
Where is my baby girl
Oh I've seen you you're crazy
What have you done with my whole wide world?
What have you done with my whole wide world?
What have you done?



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