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Ian Gillan/Roger David

What were you thinking yesterday
What will you say tomorrow
How many times you've changed your mind
When will you feel my sorrow
When will you feel my sorrow

Open your hands and close your eyes
Listen I'm breathing faster
Here is the ring I bought for you
When shall I have my answer
When shall I have my answer

Darkness (this night)
Ooh, leave me (forever)
This day (our love)
Will keep me (together)
Underneath my tree
Songs of love and me

How many times I sing my song
How can I wait forever
When will she say she loves me, too
When shall we be together
When shall we be together

These are the questions I have asked
(How could you ask the first ones last)
Now I shall ask another
(What will she say I wonder)
Please can you tell me what's your name
(So pleased to meet you let me dream)
Now I can start all over
(Now I can start all over)
Now I can start all over



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