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(Steven Dale Jones/Carolyn Dawn Johnson)

Here we are on different sides of the fence
These angry words just don't make any sense
It doesn't really matter, whose right or wrong
I'd rather hold you than argue all night long

I'm gonna walk out that door
And walk right back in
Straight to your arms, start all over again
'Cause you and I know our love's bigger than this
Let's talk about it, after a kiss

Funny how it seems we hurt the ones we love
Tell me now that you agree we've said enough
Baby, we were laughing an hour ago
Can we back up and make up and let it go

I'm gonna walk out that door
And walk right back in
Straight to your arms, start all over again
'Cause you and I know our love's bigger than this
Let's talk about it, after a kiss

It doesn't take much to turn this around
If we both know our hearts are in it
Baby, your touch has never let me down
So wait right here just a minute

I'm gonna walk out that door
And walk right back in
Straight to your arms, start all over again
'Cause you and I know our love's bigger than this
Let's talk about it, after a kiss



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