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I wonder trough the forest talking to the trees
People say I'm crazy to do this as I pleased
I walk into the ocean right up to my knees.
Take my head into the water searching for release

And she says I'm too emotional.
She says I'm too emotional
It's more than I can yore
To pretend I'm not in love with you.

The course of my distraction is easy to relay.
I found a main attraction did live in on a place.
I didn't want to hurt you by making a mistake
The face, it is a virgin, I can not for to wait.

And still she says I'm too emotional.
She says I'm too emotional
It's more than I can yore
To pretend I'm not in love with you.

And she says I'm too emotional.
She says I'm too emotional
It's more than I can yore
To pretend I'm not in love with you.

I wonder trough the forest talking to the trees
People say I'm crazy to do this as I pleased
I walk into the ocean right up to my knees.
Take my head into the water searching for release

And still she says I'm too emotional.
She says I'm too emotional
It's more than I can yore
To pretend I'm not in love with you.

She says I'm too emotional
She says I'm too emotional
It's more than I can yore
To pretend I'm not in love with you.

Pretend I'm not in love with you.
Pretend I'm not in love with you.
Pretend I'm not in love with you.

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