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I was walking up a beaten track, I had the sun in my eyes
Sugar in my mouth a feeling, some thing in the air
A feeling, I didn't care about, I didn't care about it

So then I walked down to the riverside
To see my friends, but they weren't there, I had a feeling that they wouldn't be
I realised, there's plenty more fish in the sea
Yes yes yes it was you I wanted to see

I don't care I'm just inspired
Coz whatever I say, is never right
But then there's you

You are my C6H12O6, sweet sugar
Every time that we kiss, I get butterflies

It's like feeling your heart go to and fro
The tears crash down like waterfalls
For me and you and you and me
It breaks my heart to break you heart girl
Because I'm growing up
I don't care I'm just inspired
Whatever I say, is never right but then there's you

You are my C6H12O6, sweet sugar, every time that we kiss I get butterflies

I had a feeling
But now I forgot it
It was a feeling, but now it's not



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