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She got nothing
But she's waiting at the candy store
She got nothing
But she's waiting at the candy store
She's got nothing nothing
She still wants more
She's got nothing nothing
She still wants more
She said
So turn your head
Unlock the door
You'll never get what you had before
So turn your head
Unlock the door
You'll never get what you had before
She waits while you think about it
And while you think about nothing
She waits while you think about it
And while you think about nothing
She got nothing
But she's waiting at the candy store
She got nothing
But she's waiting at the candy store
She's got nothing nothing
She still wants more
She's got nothing nothing
She still wants more
She said
So turn your head
Unlock the door
You'll never get what you had before
So turn your head
Unlock the door
You'll never get what you had before
She waits while you think about it
And while you think about nothing
She waits while you think about it
And while you think about nothing
So turn your head
Unlock the door
You'll never get what you had before
So turn your head
Unlock the door
You'll never get what you had before
She waits while you think about it
And while you think about nothing
She waits while you think about it
And while you think about nothing



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