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Can you read my mind?
Do you know what it is you do to me?
Don't know who you are
Just a friend from another star

Here I am
Like a kid at the school
Holding hands with a god [unverified]

I'm a fool
Will you look at me, quivering?
Like a little girl, shivering
You can see right through me

Can you read my mind?
Can you picture the things I'm thinking of?
Wondering why you are
All the wonderful things you are

You can fly, you belong to the sky
You and I could belong to each other
If you need a friend I'm the one to fly to
If you need to be loved here I am, read my mind

Will you look at me, quivering?
Like a little girl, shivering
You can see right through me
If you need a friend I'm the one to fly to
If you need to be loved here I am, read my mind



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    UnregisteredMay 11, 2012 at 9:59 pm
    One of the best song ever written. Arp. I sing it all the time and still loved it ever since. I still can't get the theme out of my head.

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