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My windows look into your living room
I spend the afternoon on top of you
I wonder what it is
That I did to make you move in
Across away from me
I hope I never figure out
Who broke your heart
And if I do, if I do

I'd spend all night losing sleep
I'd spend the night and I lose my mind
Well I'd spend the night and I'd lose my mind

My windows look into your bathroom
Well I spend the evening watching you get yourself clean
And I wonder why it is
That they left this bathroom so unclean
So unlike me
I hope I never figure out
Who broke your heart
And if I do, if I do

I'd spend all night losing sleep
I'd spend the night and I lose my mind
I'd spend the night and I lose my mind

I'd spend all night losing sleep
I'd spend the night and I lose my mind
If I spend the night then I lose my mind

Well I hope I never figure out who broke your heart
And baby if I do
Well I hope I never figure out who broke your heart
Baby if I do

Well I'd spend all night losing sleep
I'd spend the night and I lose my mind
If I spend the night then I lose my mind

Spend all night losing sleep
I'd spend the night and I lose my mind
If I spend the night then I lose my mind

Spend all night losing sleep
I'd spend the night and I lose my mind
If I spend the night then I lose my mind



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