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From>the album Perfect: Timing Such
a strange obsession coming over me Seems
that I can't face that stark reality Need
to find the answer Need
to find a way I
don't know what I'm doing here from day to day Pre-Chorus
As:
far as I can see now The
reason's very clear Is
there nothing left for me Oh..... Chorus......
Here:
today gone, tomorrow I hear you say No
more joy only, sorrow No... other way Here
today gone, tomorrow I hear you say One
last itme before you walk away Bent
on self destruction I
can feel the pain This
advice you've given me Is
all in vain Repeat
Pre-Chorus Repeat
Chorus Did
I hear you whisper Almost............?
reached that point now The
point of ne return Getting
closer to that edge Oooh...... I'll, never learn Repeat!
Pre-Chorus Repeat
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