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I've been away, I've been working
But now I'm back I need to know if you're still there
And I need to know if you still care
Of course you do, of course you do
You were made for me, and I was made for you

Some things change, but the majority stands still
And I need to know if you want to
And I need to know if you will
Of course you do, of course you do
But I was made for this place, and I was made for you

I don't know if you would welcome me back with
Open arms through the door
I don't expect anything but please know that I love you for sure.
Please be sure

I miss your eyelashes and the streets where I grew tall
I miss getting piss wet through
Getting to yours and getting warm
I miss stopping over and borrowing someone else's clothes
It's so nice to be home, you'd never have known that
I'd even been away

I miss the city I love but I've been having an affair
With L.A and New York, Dundee
And Doncaster if I may dare
Of course I do, of course I do
But I was meant for this place, and I was meant for you

I miss the city I love but I've been having an affair
With L.A and New York, Dundee and Doncaster if you
Should care. Of course you do, of course you do

But I was made for this place and I was made for you
My heart is here, here to stay



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