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Do you know me
Can you tell me so
Do you know how my
Motivations grow
And it's all right
That's something you ought to know about me

Are you into being on the line
Facing people one at a time
And it's all right
That's something you ought to know about me

You ought to know me
Well enough by now
Watching me growing
You are the why and the how
Ev'rything you show me
Making it so we need each other more and more
I'm not exactly altogether sure
That I could handle being left here all alone

I got a house honey
I need a home Yeah
We were speaking in diff'rent tongues
Still it mattered
We did what then was done
It's still all right
That's something you ought to know about me

Do you trust me
Do you trust yourself
Do you know when it's time to ask for help
It's all right
That's something you ought to know
'Cause it has to do with growing
That's something you ought to know about me



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