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“Look into my face”, you plead with me just standing there,
Looking past your hair, into air, looking no where.
I’ll hold my smile just so, with sidewalk sensibility,
Show my teeth, strain my cheeks, just to look convincing

When math and fractions don’t add up,
Because half a heart is not enough,
And loving one is just as tough.

Math and Fractions! Math and Fractions!
Math and Fractions! Math and Fractions!

Love me while you eat, adore me between every bite,
Let my skin, my chin, my ears, my elbows curb your appetite.
Sweet sunshine apogee, till bedtime when I brush my teeth,
Splash my face, spot of tea, all this love’s exhausting

But I can’t fix this in my sleep,
The director cast you out of my dream,
And wrote you out of every scene.

Math and Fractions! Math and Fractions!
Math and Fractions! Math and Fractions!

I don’t want to make you love me, don’t wanna make you love me…
I don’t want to make you love me, don’t wanna make you love me…
I don’t want to make you love me, don’t wanna make you love me…
I don’t want…

Math and Fractions! Math and Fractions!
Math and Fractions! Math and Fractions!
Math and Fractions! Math and Fractions!
Math and Fractions! Math and Fractions!



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