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How does it feel runnin' around
'round
'round?
How does it feel watchin' from upside down?
'Cos many years from now
There will be new sensations and new temptations
How does it feel?
How does it feel right at the start?
And how does it feel when you are thrown apart?
'Cos many years from now
There will be new elations and new frustrations
How does it feel?
Do you know
Know
Know what it's like
To be searchin' in your own time?
AII your attempting
Experimenting ali on the climb.
Do you know
Know
Know what it's like
To be searchin' and suddenly find
AII your illusion
All your confusion all left behind?
How does it feel turnin' away?
And how does it feel facing another day?
'Cos many years from now
There will be newer poisons and new horizons
How does it feel?
Do you know
Know
Know what it's like . . .
'Cos many years from nqw
There will be new tomorros and still some sorrows
How does it feel?
Do you know
Know
Know what it's like
. . .



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