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Norah Jones – World Of Trouble lyrics

It starts off slow
With a kiss of folly
And you don't see it
As more
But after awhile
When all the dogs
See you
Sneaking
In the back door
You don't believe
When they tell you
You don't believe

Then
A world of trouble
Is all you see

Nights
When the phone rings
And it's so easy
To get up
And go back again
You don't stop
You don't think
To live without it
Knowing
That you'll never win
You don't believe
When they tell you
You don't believe

Then
A world of trouble
Is all you see

This is the last time
Or the beginning
Whenever you say
It's enough
While each day
Each month
Rolls out behind you
The lost time
Is calling your bluff
You don't believe
When they tell you
You don't believe

Then
A world of trouble
Is all you see
A world of trouble
Is all you need



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