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I don't know how to love him
What to do, how to move him
I've been changed, yes, really changed
In these past few days when I've seen myself
I seem like someone else

And I don't know how to take this
I don't see why he moves me
He's a man, he's just a man
And I've had so many men before
In very many ways he's just one more

Should I bring him down?
Should I scream and shout?
Should I speak of love?
Let my feelings out
I never thought I'd come to this
What's it all about?

Yet, if he said he loved me
I'd be lost, I'd be frightened
I couldn't cope, just couldn't cope
I'd turn my head, I'd back away
I wouldn't want to know, he scares me so

Should I bring him down?
Should I scream and shout?
Should I speak of love?
Let my feelings out
I never thought I'd come to this
What's it all about?

He's a man, he's just a man
And I've had so many men before
In very many ways, he's just one more



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