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Should I Let You In lyrics

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Meredith Brooks – Should I Let You In lyrics

Should I let you in, into my house with it's concrete walls
Should I let you in, into my room with it's curtains drawn
I want to open up, and let you walk right through my door
Can you tell me, is it worth it, the risk any more

Should I let you in
Should I let you in, should I let you in, should I let you in
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Should I let you see where I keep my secrets safe
Should I let you in, into my far from perfect place
I want to open up, but I've been hurt this way before
Should I let you in
Can you tell me, is it worth the risk any more


You're looking in, I'm looking out
Through my window, I see you now
Chorus
My heart will make up it's mind somehow
Should I let you in, into my house

Should I let you in, into my heart
Should I let you in, inside these walls
Should I let you in, inside my world

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