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Follow me into the desert
I don't want to walk alone
Everyone knows you where mine
I wish you still where

It's hard walking alone
I feel so clod
I need someone to hold

Everyday is like a nightmare
Everything so dry and I can't fly
I need your lips and tongue
Everyday I dream about seeing your face
But all I see is the back of your head
I don't know what to do any more
Any more

Chorus
Follow me into the desert
I don't want to walk alone
Everyone knows you where mine
I wish you still where

You no longer care what I feel
But I kneel
I kneel at your feet
Hoping that you'll see the change
And move the expression on your face

Follow me into the desert
I don't want to walk alone

Follow me into the desert, again

Follow me into the desert, again and again

Follow me again

Three times is more than enough
But all I'm asking is for one
One more time to be alone with you
And hope that you'll

Chorus
Follow me into the desert
I don't want to walk alone
Everyone knows you where mine
I wish you still where

Mine
I wish you still where
Mine
Mine

I wish you still where



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