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Inside this lonesome fever
I fight my way through the cold hot night
And somewhere there's hailstones falling
Crashing down through the fading light

Doctor tell me - now just what am I to believe
Won't you help me, is this a vision that I see
That's impossible, inconceivable, Doctor tell me

And she made it sound so simple
And I believed it at the time
And I knew she was up to something
When she said it's all in your mind

Doctor tell me - I don't feel myself today
Won't you help me, don't let them carry me away
That's impossible, it's a miracle - Doctor tell me

And somewhere there's hailstones falling

Oh Won't you help me
Ooh Won't you tell me
It's no hallucination I see - Doctor tell me
Oh - won't you help me
That's impossible, inconceivable - Doctor tell me

Doctor tell me, now just what am I to believe
Won't you help me, is this a vision that I see
That's impossible, inconceivable - Doctor tell me

That's impossible



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