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The Pussycat Dolls – Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps lyrics

[Bonus Track]

You won't admit you love me
And so how am I ever to know
You always tell me
Perhaps perhaps perhaps

A million times I've asked you
And then
I ask you over
Again
You only answer
Perhaps perhaps perhaps

If you can't make your mind up
We'll never get started
And I don't wanna wind up
Being parted
Broken-hearted

So if you really love me
Say yes
But if you don't dear
Confess
And please don't tell me
Perhaps perhaps perhaps
Perhaps perhaps perhaps

If you can't make your mind up
We'll never get started
And I don't wanna wind up
Being parted
Broken-hearted

So if you really love me
Say yes
But if you don't dear
Confess
And please don't tell me
Perhaps perhaps perhaps
Perhaps perhaps perhaps
Perhaps perhaps perhaps



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