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I'm still learning what love is
Everyday I wake up in your arms
I'm still trying to figure out what works
How to set off all your alarms

I'm still learning what love is
When I'm walking close to you
The best way to hold your hand in mine
The best way to comfort you

Guess it may
Guess it may
Guess it may
Guess it may
It may always be this way

I'm still learning what love is
Every time you look at me that way
I'm still trying to figure out just how
You can still look at me the same

Guess it may
Guess it may
Guess it may
Guess it may
It may always be this way

Even though I may not get it right
All the time I will always try
And I will always stand right by your side

I'm still learning what love is
Everyday I wake up in your arms
I'm still trying to figure out what works

Guess it may
Guess it may
Guess it may
Guess it may
Guess it may
Guess it may
It may always be this way



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