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For so long
It's been you and me
But now there's someone else
I know... you want... to see

And, you say
Why can't we be free
But in the middle
I... don't want... to be

You say I'm wrong
To show my jealousy
You say that it's a chance
To show maturity

Well I don't want
To spoil your fantasy
But in the middle
I... don't want... to be

Oh Lord
When you gave me your affection
I thought (I thought)
I was moving in the right direction

But that's all gone
And I'm no referee
So in the middle
I... don't want... to be

I don't wanna cramp your style
That would be juvenile
You know you're more versatile than me

You know what you want to do
I'm not gonna question you
I always want you to feel free

Oh Lord
When I gave you my affection
I thought (I thought)
I was making such a good connection

But that's all gone
And so I have to leave
'Cause in the middle
I... don't want... to be

In the middle
I... don't want... to be



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