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Lot left to tell you but I haven't quite worked it out yet
Don't want this story to be one that is filled with regret
Lot left to tell you but it might be no business of mine
Too busy looking and never really see the signs and
Maybe I'm just addicted to company and I love
Places to go and I love people to see
And that's alright. That's enough for tonight.
That's alright. That's enough for tonight.

No one has self tragedy and confusion and I
Don't wanna act to this day love illusion, I
Just telling you stories that don't belong in your head
And I think I'd rather just watch you dance instead and
Maybe I'm just addicted to company and I love
Places to go and I love people to see
And that's alright. That's enough for tonight.
That's alright. That's enough for tonight.

And baby, what are you looking for?
(Baby, what are you looking for? )

And is there something you're not sure of?
Are you looking for a sign?
Waiting for somebody
To throw your heart a line
Or a quick and easy answer
In a dark, uneasy time

Maybe that's alright. That's enough for tonight.
And that's alright. That's enough for tonight.

Baby (Baby)
What are you looking for? (what are you looking for? )
Why do you come here?
What's inside that door?

Baby (Baby)
What are you looking for? (what are you looking for? )
Why won't you come here?
What's inside that door?



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