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Hello, You stand inside my door.
There's no one else here, except you and me.
Okay, come inside for now, the rest goes by itself.
In Room 483

Here, there's never really day.
This light comes from the minibar.
And tomorrow here be as dark,
Welcome to the hotel.

We just wanted to talk
And now you're lying here.
And I'm here next to you, speaking, speaking.

Come here, we won't get interfered.
Of that, I have made clear, Don't Disturb.
Who cares what the morning brings,
The world is now in here, lay back down again.

I hear you like to see your face.
And watch your lips opening.
Speak slowly, please not too fast.
Welcome to the hotel.

We just wanted to talk
And now you're lying here.
And I'm here next to you, speaking, speaking, speaking, speaking.

Before the door alarm, the world is calling me.
All pull on me, I want no one except you.
Speaking, speaking.



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