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Quarter past midnight sitting here in the moonlight
No offense my dear I hope you know
Tonight I write to you...

And that is a question
A conversation
Did I mention
A foul intention?

Let me demonstrare, elaborate, your likelyhood

Honey how you taunt me
Question after question
Story after story

Tensions move way too fast and Im afraid to say
what would you think of me anyway?

Heres a few things that I might say
If you really wanna know
Ive got nothing in my way
1, 2, 3 on the roll!

You made me feel like I can fly
Keep me up all damn night
Incredible I know your skeptical
Believe me Im not wasting any time
I found what I had to find
Its whats on my mind

Sitting here in the sunshine
Trying to put you outta my mind
But I know my dear no way no how
So much to learn so much to find out

In any way in any case
Maybe tomorrow baby but not today!



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