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I Believe In Fairy Tales lyrics

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Nikka Costa – I Believe In Fairy Tales lyrics

I believe in fairy tales
Dreams can all come true
I believe in fairy tales
I believe in love and you
I've been warned
I've been told
I'm too young
You're too oid
I don't care
It's O. K.
Tell me lies
Anyway

Chorus:
Cause I believe in fairytales
Tell me that you love me too
Sugar and spice and ev'rything nice
Promise me a sky of blue
Hey diddle diddle
The cat and the fiddle
My heart jumped over the moon
And I believe in fairy tales
I believe in love and you

I believe in fairy tales
I believe in love and you

In my dreams late al night
You're the one who holds me tight
Maybe soon, but not too long
Lovin' you won't be so wrong
(Repeat Chorus)

I believe in love
I believe in fairy tales
Dreams can all come true
(Repeat Chorus)



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