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What an unusual name you said
What a spectacular redhead
You really seem like a prize to me
And you are so mysterious when are not delirious
Oh what you mean to me
And she said
How do you know me so well?
After only one night
How do I love you? Tell me
With all of my might

I'm indebted to you
I'm indebted to you
Always

There's something she doesn't know about
A secret he doesn't show about
A sensitive side of his own
On my…
She got her skeletons as well
Some secrets he knows she'll never tell
People who keep her alone
And she said
How did I know you so well?
Why am I not surprised?
He said baby go to hell and
That was the demise of their love
Don't ever pick up a man
If you don't think he'll understand
Don't ever trust yourself if you
Have a history of being a loving fool

So, that's what she got when she married him
A left on promise to carry in
Him and his every second of need
I do not know you so well
Not more than that one night
Do you still love me? Oh tell me
With all of your might

I'm indebted to you
I'm indebted to you
My love



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