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Time waits for no man but you
Time waits for no man but you
Hold on don't leave this town
Hold on don't leave this town

There we are
We're that in our hands
They tear you down
Cause they don't understand
You tried it once again
To love me better
She tore those panties down
And let me wet her

Woo oh oh oh
Life comes in twos and threes and fours
Woo oh oh oh
And I hear you knocking at my door

So hold them down
With blood on your hands
It's past the point
Where you don't understand
The worst you do is lie
Run for shelter
So cast aside these chains
Love me better

Woo oh oh oh
Life comes in twos and threes and fours
Woo oh oh oh
And I hear you knocking at my door
Woo oh oh oh
Life comes in twos and threes and fours
Woo oh oh oh
And I hear you knocking at my door

I hear you knocking at my door darling twenty times or more
I hear you knocking at my door darling twenty times or more
I hear you knocking at my door darling twenty times or more
I hear you knocking at my door darling twenty times or more



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