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Play me down my lover
Like we're under cover
Like we're in
Our freshmen year
Like all the girls and boys in school
Our anticipation
And our bad
Behavin'
It's like we learned our lesson
But conveniently forgot the rules

Questions
For questions
I've got a question:
Would you ever dance with me like that?
Questions
For questions
I've got a question:
Would you ever dance with me like that?

I don't want your lover
Like my younger brother
He's patronized another
But I think
It's serious this time
I don't want you fading
Acting like you hate me
It's just like all
Your paper cuts
That cut you in the coldest spots

Questions for questions
I've got a
Question:
Would you ever dance with me like that?
Questions for questions
I've got a
Question:
Would you ever dance with me like that?
All the rest
And forget the rules

Like all the girls and boys in my school
Questions for questions
I've got a question:

Would you ever dance with me like that?
I said to this end "don't hurt your best friend"

(Keep playing along again! )
I said to this end "don't hurt your best friend"
(Keep playing
Along again! )
I said to this end "don't hurt your best friend"
(Keep playing along
Again! )
I sai d to this end "don't hurt your best friend"
(Keep playing along again! )



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