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Who's that (who's that?) looking in the window?
Who's that (who's that?) looking back at me?
Who's that (who's that?) looking in the window?
Who's that looking in the window
Looking back at me?

Well I was walking down the street
I was looking in the window
When I saw somebody looking back at me
I said, "Who's that looking in the window?
Who's that looking in the window
Looking back at me?"

Who's that (who's that?) looking...

Well I was walking by the lake
I was looking in the water
When I saw somebody looking back at me
I said, "Who's that looking in the water?

Who's that looking in the water
Looking back at me?"

Who's that (who's that?) looking...

Well I was in my house I was
Looking in the mirroe
When I saw somebody looking back at me
I said, "Who's that looking in the mirror?
Who's that looking in the mirrow
Looking back at me?"

Who's that (who's that?) looking...

That's me (that's me! ) looking in the mirror
That's me (that's me! ) looking back at me
Who's that (that's me! ) looking in the mirror
That's me looking in the mirror
Looking back at me!



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