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Sinead O'connor – Emma's Song lyrics

The first time I saw you
I loved you
I loved you
Your face blue
Your eyes too
Your mouth too
Your mouth too
When I heard you
I wanted to
Give birth to you
Give birth to you
I made love to you
Made love to you
The great goddess
Had us blessed

The last time I saw you
I fought with you
I fought with you
I didn't mean to
I didn't mean to
Oh say you'll see me
Let me say sorry

The next time I see you
I'll love you
I'll be sweet to you
I'll take you to
My healing room
Oh we both know
How loneliness goes

Everytime I see you
I want you
I want you
The more I do
You hate me to
But the great goddess
Has us blessed



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