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Can I tell a people story, it ain't too long.
There's very few that can face each other or themselves alone.

Circlin', round and about, no way out, no way in.
Circlin', hasslin' doubt when you know you can, well all right.
Feet, where are you goin', you're just circlin'.

The meaning of a runaround is a circle game.
Tellin' lies and bein' jive with the one you love hurts the same.

Circlin', round and about, no way out, no way in.
Circlin', hasslin' doubt when you know you can, well all right.
Feet, where are you goin', you're just circlin'.

Go on, do it, straight ahead.
Do what you know, the best you can, it's good for your head.
Think about all the times you just up and ran.
So go on, you got to try, give yourself a hand.

Circlin', round and about, no way out, no way in.
Circlin', hasslin' doubt when you know you can, well all right.
Feet, where are you goin', you're just circlin'.

Do you know that time is only water that we drink.
Washing under bridges all eventually they gonna sink.

Circlin', round and about, no way out, no way in.
Circlin', hasslin' doubt when you know you can, well all right.
Feet, where are you goin', you're just circlin'.



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