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Maia Hirasawa – Still June lyrics

I looked up into the sky
I thought I catched your eye
You reminded me
There's nothing to see
But maybe you are wrong
Baby, I could come along
That would be quite fair
When you're never here

And it should, it should be winter now
But my mind is still june
And you should, you should
Have given me your wings by now
So I could catch your eye

And I am not alone
I'm here with someone
She never got the chance
And I hate myself for that
Cause my heart stopped to
But some just for a while
Should I be thankful? No
I hate you for that

It should, it should be winter now
But my mind's still june
And you should, you should
Have given me your wings by now
So I could catch your eye

It should, It should be winter now
But my mind still june
And you should, you should
Have given me wings by now
So I could catch your eye
So I could catch your eye



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