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Do You Ever Think Of Me lyrics

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Do you ever think of me,
Do I ever cross your mind,
Do you ever ask yourself,
What's she doing tonight.

Chorus.

There's this crazy thing in my head,
I don't know if it's true,
Whenever you're thinking 'bout me,
I'm thinking 'bout you.

Verse two.

Do you ever think of me,
Just out of the blue,
When you're just sitting around,
With nothing to do.

Chorus

Instrumental - follows pattern of verse.

Verse three.

Do you ever think of me,
When you wake in the night,
Feeling like you're in a dream,
When you open your eyes.

Chorus.

Instrumental

Chorus, with last line repeated.



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