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I never asked her to stay
And now she's walking away
Singing "C'est La Vie"
Will I ever learn my lesson?

I didn't know what I had
And so I treated her bad
Now she's running free
Will I ever learn my lesson?

Chorus
I don't believe what they tell me anymore
About girls who can read your mind
Who know what you're thinking all the time
Who can read your mind
If she knew what I was thinking
She whould never ever leave me behind

I drank a bottle of wine
I tried to buy me some time
But something's wrong with me
And nobody wants to listen

I think of her every day
I know she's probably hangin'
Out with Donnie Vie
And they're doing more than kissin'

Repeat chorus

Don't believe it, don't believe it
Don't believe it, I don't believe about
Girls who can read your mind
Who know what you're thinking all the time
Who can read your mind
Who know what you're thinking all the time
Who can read your mind



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