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Button by button, we'll take this slow.
You'll get me hotter and hotter, and then we'll give it a go.
Oh, I'm not gonna stop until you're curling your toes.
I'll have you making the sounds that nobody knows.

How do you know when the moment is real?
How do you know and how does it feel?
How do you know you're not running on a wheel?
How do you know?
How do you know?

You start to shake, and I'll go deeper and deeper.
Don't fuck around, just do it trashy and cheaper.
Now you're awake, I'm going deeper and deeper.
Just pay attention cause I am your teacher.

How do you know when the moment is real?
How do you know and how does it feel?
How do you know you're not running on a wheel?
How do you know?
How do you know?

You think you're making your move tonight.
You're still learning, but you're coming along for the ride.
So close your eyes now, baby, and open your mind mind.
You know that innocence is blind.



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