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No need talking
I can't see it
Someone set your heart on fire
Now she's gone and all she left is hurt
Lots of burning sweet desire

So let me ease the fever and erase the pain
Let me make a believer out of you again
Hold me close and let me love the tears away
Let me ease the fever and erase the pain

Let your tears fall on my shoulder
Let your arms around me tight
Yesterday is gone forever
Let's make tomorrow start tonight

So let me ease the fever and erase the pain
Let me make a believer out of you again
Hold me close and let me love the tears away
Let me ease the fever and erase the pain

So let me ease the fever and erase the pain
Let me make a believer out of you again
Hold me close and let me love the tears away
Let me ease the fever and erase the pain

So let me ease the fever and erase the pain
Let me make a believer out of you again
Hold me close and let me love the tears away
Let me ease the fever and erase the pain



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