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Seen it happen to a couple of friends
Seen it happen and the message it sends
Taken up for what's an obvious fault
Just to see what all the fuss is about
It's not your way...not your way
It's not your way
Another habit says it's in love with you
Another habit says it's long overdue
Another habit like an unwanted friend
I'm so happy with my righteous self
It's not your way...not your way
It's not your way
Never thought you'd... habit
Never thought you'd... habit
Never thought you'd... habit
I never thought you, never thought you...
Never thought you'd... habit
Never thought you'd... habit
Never thought you'd... habit
I never thought you, never never thought you..
Never thought you'd... habit
Never thought you'd... habit
Never thought you'd... habit
Speaking as a child of the nineties...
Never thought you'd... habit
Never thought you'd... habit
Never thought you'd... habit
I never thought you, never thought you
Never thought you'd... habit
Never thought you'd... habit
Never thought you'd... habit
I never thought you, never never thought you...
Never... never me, never you... never me...



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